c2c’s five Olympic promises
With less than 100 days until the Olympic Games, National Express train operator c2c has revealed its five promises to passengers about their rail service during the Games.
With two stations serving Olympic venues on its route, West Ham for the Olympic stadium and Leigh-on-Sea for the mountain bike event at Hadleigh Farm, c2c is promising its passengers:
- Extra capacity during the Olympic Games, with around 4,500 extra seats provided every hour off-peak
- Extra trains with over 200 dedicated services to West Ham and Leigh-On-Sea throughout the 2012 Games events
- Extra staff at key 2012 Games stations plus extra cleaning and more security
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- Peak services protected with no reductions to ensure c2c provides ‘business as usual’ for commuter passengers.
- A ‘no planned engineering work guarantee’ for the duration of both the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games.
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c2c will be providing more information to passengers as the Olympics nears, including the timing for additional services and onward travel information at its dedicated London 2012 webpage: http://www.c2c-online.co.uk/2012_games