Grand Central Rail will make investments of £7.8m in its fleet and the stations it uses over the next twelve years. It is also seeking views from passengers and other stakeholders on its services and investment plans.
The train operator received approval from the regulator earlier this year that it could continue running trains between London, the North East and Yorkshire until 2026.
A spokesman for Grand Central said: “The investment will allow us to concentrate on things that really matter to our passengers including the reliability and comfort of our services, as well as encouraging future economic growth in the communities we serve. It’s a very exciting time for Grand Central and we hope that our valued stakeholders tell us what they’d like to see.”
Feed into Grand Central’s plans by emailing here