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TransPennine Express (TPE) has launched two new tech innovations that will make rail travel more accessible for passengers who are blind, visually impaired, autistic or anxious.
TransPennine Express encourages customers to be on the lookout for Chatty Bench users over Christmas
TransPennine Express (TPE) is encouraging customers to be on the lookout for those who are sat on their chatty benches this Christmas as it’s revealed that 46% of Brits admit to feeling lonely, a figure that is set to rise over the festive period.
Cleaning teams have ramped up their efforts across the TransPennine Express (TPE) network as they continue to make stations and services safe for rail users.
Schools across the North and into Scotland are being invited to try the train on their next trip out, as TransPennine Express (TPE) launches a special discount and easier way of booking travel for groups of pupils.
Customers across the North and in Scotland are being asked to check their journeys ahead of planned changes to timetables later this month.
Cleaners Emma Livingstone, 33, Paul Lynch, 58, Peter Ferens, 43 and Daniel Klimowicz, 33, have spent the past two years protecting rail customers by ensuring TransPennine Express (TPE) trains and stations are kept sparkling clean.
Cleaning teams for TransPennine Express (TPE) have spent the equivalent of 22 years during the past 10 months ensuring services and stations throughout the North and into Scotland are kept as clean and safe as possible.