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11 - May - 2015

Three minutes Gatwick to London service promised

The Gatwick Express between London and Gatwick Airport is renowned for its speed and frequency.  It currently runs every 15 minutes with a journey time of just 30 minutes and offers a very dependable service for its passengers. Plans are in place to provide an even faster service. Over the next few years it is planned that a train will leave Gatwick for London every 3 minutes.  This will be supported by a new track and signalling system, and state of the art trains. 

Gatwick’s chief commercial officer Guy Stephenson, has said that this new high frequency service will transform railway services for its passengers and will be a pleasant and dependable service. The new Gatwick Express trains are set to run from 2016.  By 2025 it is hoped that the frequency of trains will move from 3 minutes to 2.5 minutes.  This is clearly great news for airport users and commuters.Work is scheduled to begin in 2017 on a £120.5 million redesign budget on the station to further improve passenger experience at the station.  This will include a doubling in size of the concourse area to reduce congestion, addition of escalators, addition of lifts, improvement of access to the platform and  provision of clear and concise information to station users.

Improving the station and providing a faster, more regular train service from Gatwick to London will enhance the passenger experience and will reduce the levels of stress travelling can sometimes bring.  A missed train will no longer be a problem if the proposed plans come to fruition, and there will be no urgency to catch a particularly busy train if a passenger prefers a quieter, less overcrowded train.

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