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We talk to passengers about their experiences of overcrowding and hear from Managing Director of First Great Western, Mark Hopwood about what he's doing to try and solve the problem. We also hear from Rail Campaigner, Chris Irwin.
First Great Western are to convert buffet carriages for commuters to try and reduce overcrowding on their services before the Olympic games. The company is spending £29 million pounds of emergency funds to convert 50 wagons into commuter coaches.
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First Great Western is to invest £29 million pounds in converting old buffet cars for commuters in an attempt to stop overcrowding.