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Great British Railways Transition Team

GBRTT publishes latest Train Travel Snapshot

Each quarter, Great British Railways Transition Team (GBRTT) publishes analysis of the latest rail statistics, unpicking the reasons people are travelling and consequences for national rail revenue.

photo - commercial partnerships sounding board May 24

Introducing GBRTT’s latest Commercial Partnerships Sounding Board cohort

Bringing rail clients and the supply chain together to support our ambitions for a simpler, better railway

industry rail finances blog - John Gerrard May 24

Visualising track and train finances together

A new tool for operational decision-makers

photo - Commercial Partnerships Sounding Board event

Commercial Partnerships Sounding Board summary of findings published

“Trust, honesty, and accountability in business relationships are crucial to foster innovation in the railway.”

quote - Rufus Boyd, Rail Director

“The backbone of a more integrated transport system”

Working at a local level to achieve a seamlessly integrated transport system that is fit for the future.

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Be heard: Join GBRTT’s Commercial Partnerships Sounding Board

  • Great British Railways Transition Team (GBRTT) is looking for senior leaders working in the rail and non-rail supply chain to join the latest cohort of its Commercial Partnerships Sounding Board.
  • To express your interest in joining, please read the criteria and complete the online form by 17:00 on Friday 3 May 2024.
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Agent to search for a property to house Great British Railways headquarters

Great British Railways Transition Team (GBRTT) is launching a city-wide search in Derby to find the property that will house the Great British Railways (GBR) HQ.

photo - GBRTT team at Naidex 2024

Railway promotes accessibility at Naidex exhibition

Colleagues from across the rail industry listen to customers' ideas to improve accessibility

Train Travel Snapshot Oct-Dec 2023

Autumn storms cost railway £21 million in lost revenue

  • Extreme weather, which disrupted train journeys last autumn, meant the railways missed out on an estimated £21 million revenue in the three months to December – according to the Great British Railways Transition Team (GBRTT).
  • Despite this, total rail passenger revenue was still up slightly (+1%) compared to the three months prior. That’s because, although rolling overtime bans had an impact, fewer strikes helped to offset the loss of revenue from the storms.
  • Business trips were down 6% on the previous quarter, in an unusual twist for the season, suggesting business travellers were most put off by weather disruption.
quote - Rufus at Interchange

Lead Director on the benefits of a more integrated transport network

Building a simpler better railway for everyone in Britain

photo - Sam Bala speaking at Manchester customer conference

Walk in the shoes of the customer

The importance of listening to customer feedback to improve how they feel about big companies

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What does it take to bring a national Rail Sale to life?

The Great British Rail Sale brought together Department for Transport, Rail Delivery Group and 16 train operators to deliver a consistent, national offering of up to 50% off over a million Advance and Off-Peak train tickets.