Six forgotten stations in South London
Campaigning Thameslink for a better service
Thameslink Phase Two
Thameslink have put together a short survey to get your thoughts on the their proposals.
It's very easy to use - just follow our guide to complete it:
Step 1 - Search for your journey
Go to the consultation website and put your normal journey details into the Check your journey box.
At the moment, this is just for journeys made Monday - Friday. You will have the option to feedback on weekend journeys later on this year.
Step 2 - Check your new journey details
You will see the what the new times will look like and how many more services there are for you to use!
Although the new times will be slightly different, there will be more services and a greater choice of travel times, so we encourage you to support the proposals.
Step 3 - Give your feedback!
Click the Give your Feedback button to go to the short survey
The survey will ask you some short questions. For the last question (10) we would ask you to copy and paste this wording into the box:
I fully support the proposals for 4 trains an hour for the Catford Loop. We need these vital services to ease congestion and give us the capacity we need. I fully support the response of the Cinderella Line campaign for the new services proposed.
We recommend copying this now, so you don't have to go back and find it when you are already in the survey.
Feel free to add your own comments too if there are any specific points that you would like to include.
Before you get started...
There are a few things we want to make you aware of before you give your feedback:
The journey checker only shows direct services. For some journeys you will need to change at Blackfriars or other stations on the route to make your full journey in the same way that you do now
The journey checker only shows services operated by Thameslink - our trains to London Victoria aren't part of this consultation.
It's worth clicking on the earlier trains and later trains options when completing the survey so see the full range of services that will be available
You will notice that some services are spaced at 10 and 20 minute intervals - this has been done deliberately to allow another train operator to provide new services on our route, giving us trains every 10 minutes (6 trains an hour)