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The BCA AGM 7.30 pm on Monday 4 November 2019
A chance to meet and ask questions of senior
management from Thameslink, EMR & Network Rail
Tom Moran - Thameslink Managing Director
Julian Edwards - Managing Director EMR
Senior Manager - Network Rail
Everyone welcome. Free Entry
The BCA AGM will be held at The RAFA Club, 93 Ashburnham Road. When you leave Bedford Station turn Left. The RAFA Club is located 100 Yards up Ashburnham Road on the right.
The Bedford Commuters Association aims to promote and protect the interests of commuters and local rail users travelling to and from Bedford Midland and Flitwick Stations. We aim to work closely and co-operatively with representatives of the Train Operation Companies, Govia Thameslink Railway and East Midland Railways, and with local government and other bodies with an interest in local rail matters.
The Bedford Commuters Association (BCA) was established in 1973. As an officially recognised body we hold regular meetings with East Midland Railways and Govia Thameslink Railway. These Train Operators Companies actively consult us for our views on proposed timetable changes. Among the issues regularly addressed are: safe and secure station car parks, ease of buying a ticket, station and on-train security, over-crowding, reliability, staffing levels and improved customer care.
We lobby the Train Operating Companies, local MPs etc. for improvements to service & infrastructure, and the relevant Local Authorities for better local public transport integration between bus and rail services. We publish Newsletters three or four times a year to keep you informed of our activities. Our strength and influence is directly related to our membership numbers, so please renew or join the BCA. To do so please go to the Join the BCA page