Cut fares, not staff

Cut fares, not staff

Wednesday 14th August 2019
08.00 – 09.00

Meet at Bristol Temple Meads Station – Temple Quay area to protest at over-priced train tickets.

Rail workers will be protesting at stations around the country on August 14th including Bristol Temple Meads. They will be warning that passengers are paying “more for less” because even as fares rise rail engineering work is being delayed or cancelled, skilled railway jobs are being lost and staff are being cut on trains, stations and ticket offices.

Get involved with RMT’s campaign here – Cut fares, not staff

Rail fares rising almost twice as fast as wages

Rail fares rising almost twice as fast as wages

Tuesday 15th August 2017
07.00 – 09.00

Meet at Temple Quay entrance of Bristol Temple Meads Station to protest at over-priced train tickets.

Rail workers will be protesting at the stations around the country on August 15th including Bristol Temple Meads. They will be warning that passengers are paying “more for less” because even as fares rise rail engineering work is being delayed or cancelled, skilled railway jobs are being lost and staff are being cut on trains, stations and ticket offices.

Read RMT’s statement here – Rail fares rising almost twice as fast as wages

Action for Rail in Bristol 2016

Action for Rail (AFR) will be leafleting at stations across the country on Tuesday 16th August to coincide with the announcement of the increases for regulated fares in 2017. In Bristol meet at

Temple Meads Station
Temple Quay area

Tuesday 16 August 2016

Morning 08.00 – 09.00
Evening 17.30 – 18.30

More information about the national campaign can be found by following these two links – Action For Rail: Protest fare rises and call for public ownership
No more fares rises, no more cuts to services and staffing

More information about issues effecting the Bristol Railway system can be found here Friends of Suburban Bristol Railways or email fosbr

Action for Rail in Bristol 2015

ACTION FOR RAIL supporters will giving out prepaid cards at Bristol suburban stations calling on local MPs to support public ownership of rail which could fund a 10% cut in fares.

Meet on Bedminster station on Friday 21 August from 1700 – 18.15

Meet on Stapleton Road Station on Monday 24 August from 1700 – 18.15

For more information –

email campaigns@fosbr.org.uk

Follow the link at Friends of Suburban Bristol Railways