This photo shows how transport systems in Paris make use of colour to improve passenger flow by helping passengers to make decisions more quickly. The train information screens use a blue background for departures and green for arrivals. On barriers green means enter and red means exit. Go and compare other examples of best practice which could be used in Britain.
campaigns for cheap and convenient rail services for everyone; better links for buses, bikes and pedestrians; policies to get more heavy lorries on to rail; new lines, stations and freight terminals – a better rail service and a bigger rail system for both passengers and freight. As well as working at local and national level with train operators and other stakeholders to secure a better railway, Railfuture makes awards to campaigners from its Fighting Fund to bring about improvements.
conferences each year for rail users and user groups at which our RUG Awards are announced, and there are many free or low-priced events for volunteers such as Railfuture members.
branches and around 300 local rail user groups campaign to get stations and lines reopened, and services and facilities improved, for the benefit of the community, economy and environment.
Over the past 50 years these campaigns have played a major part in getting over 370 new and reopened stations and over 500 miles of route to join the network.
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