Tuesday 2 Mar 2004
HARLINGTON STATION TO BENEFIT FROM IMPROVED FACILITIES
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Network Rail announced today that work is starting on upgrading the facilities for passengers at Harlington Station. These include brand new toilets, CCTV extension to increase safety and customer information system. The new facilities will be completed by late spring 2004. These improvements to Harlington form part of a national project, which will see facilities modernised at 68 stations across the country for the benefit of passengers. The improvements will vary from station to station, but include waiting rooms, toilets, shelters, CCTV and improved customer information systems. Robbie Burns, Regional Director said: “Network Rail is committed to providing a safe, reliable and efficient railway infrastructure. Improving facilities is an important step to providing modern stations, which will enhance the experience for passengers. Stations colour the experience of every rail traveller, forming a vital part of every journey and modernising these stations is an important part of our continued programme to re-build the railway.”
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