Gross misuse of public funds

The action by the government to set up a Southern Rail review board should be conditional on giving back passengers what they have been deprived of including return of Seaford services and a toilet on trains.

Saturday, 10th September 2016, 3:10 pm
Updated Friday, 8th June 2018, 2:46 am

To use the money £20 million just to prop up the franchise would be an abuse of public funds.

The government should also ensure passenger groups are involved together with local press. I am aware my group have been vocal and among others ably supported by local papers ie the Herald.

Gavin Muggeridge

Chairman Of Adur and

Worthing Public

Transport Forum


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