Train companies, Network Rail and Transport Secretary Chris Grayling have all been blamed for the chaos in May.
They feature free wi-fi, air conditioning, at-seat power and seat reservation systems.
The assault occurred on a Northern Rail service heading to Wigan on May 29.
Rail passengers face disruption to services on Saturday because of a strike in the long-running dispute over the role of guards on trains.
Eighty of the scheduled 1,500 train services on Sunday are expected not to run, Northern Rail has said.
The operator said it does not have enough staff available to cover the network.
Downing Street has labelled the disruption caused by new rail timetables as 'totally unacceptable'.
Northern has introduced an ‘interim’ timetable which will remove 165 trains – 6% of services.
Thousands of trains have been cancelled or delayed by more than 30 minutes since new timetables were introduced.