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East Midlands Railway project brings arrival departure screens to rural stations

East Midlands Railway (EMR) has finished a project to install 20 customer information screens across rural stations in Derbyshire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, and Leicestershire.

The LED screens allow customers to understand the latest arrival and departure times quickly. Many of the stations included in the project have never had information screens before.

The rural stations benefiting from these installations include: Aslockton, Attenborough, Bleasby, Bottesford, Burton Joyce, Carlton, Fiskerton, Gainsborough Lea Road, Hykeham, Langley Mill, Longton, Lowdham, Netherfield, Radcliffe, Rolleston, Ruskington, South Wigston, Swinderby, Thurgarton, and Whatstandwell.

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The project is only one part of a scheme which has seen EMR install new information screens at a total of 48 stations, with 235 pieces of equipment being fitted.

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Dave Meredith, Customer Services Director at East Midlands Railway, said: “We are pleased to finish this project and enhance the customer experience across a number of our rural stations.

“The new information screens provide vital arrival and departure updates and allow customers to always have the latest information at hand when travelling with us.”

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