Rail users in Taplow say they have seen little improvement with the new train timetable and are sick of the station being marginalised (link below.)http://www.maidenhead-advertiser.co.uk/news_article.php?section=5&category=85&story=5192
Taplow Rail Users Group are making fresh calls for the return of a Sunday service after the publication of First Great Western's timetable earlier this month and are disappointed to see that weekday train services have been slashed.
Jon Willmore, chairman of Taplow Rail Users Group, said: "There is a crying need for Sunday services to be restored at Taplow."
"We are obviously also very disappointed at a net loss of two weekday services from Taplow, which involves three morning services to London being lost," he said.
But he added: "On the positive side, there is a glimmer of comfort in the provision of an extra mid-evening commuter train from London to Taplow and we are pleased that the overall service pattern has been tweaked so that it provides a slightly more even service."
"We have a very diverse customer base all with different needs and we have to balance that with a very complicated rail network. We are not the only users of it and we have to negotiate for access."
"It's very difficult to make everyone happy at the same time but we are trying."