It’s been a while since our public relaunch meeting. So what have we been doing since then? As anyone who even vaguely follows the news will know, trains – whether it’s their management, their reliability or their cost – have been rarely out of it. One of the benefits of coming together to form as… Continue reading What we’ve been doing
On 12 October, Charlton residents – including regular commuters, local campaigners and a bus driver – gathered in Charlton Church Lane’s Liberal Club for the public relaunch meeting of Transport for Charlton.
Thanks to everyone who came last night, supported us or told us what was on their transport wishlist. We’ll have a write up available soon(ish), but in the meantime you can search #CharltonTransport on Twitter to get the gist. Keep the ideas coming!
If you came to our launch event last October at the Liberal Club in Charlton Church Lane we’d love to hear from you – and we hope that you’d like to hear from us with updates on what’s happening to transport in our area. Drop us an email to: email@example.com or go to our Contact… Continue reading Were you there?
With only a few days to go till our launch meeting, get your biros out and your thinking caps on. What’s on your wishlist for transport to, from and around Charlton? Remember, on Wednesday you’ll have the chance to put your question directly to Southeastern Trains, Network Rail and TfL. If you can’t make it,… Continue reading What’s on your transport wishlist?
Save the date: we’ve fixed our relaunch event for Wednesday, 12th October. Join us at the Liberal Club, Charlton Church Lane (just up from the station). We’re kicking off at 6.30pm, but doors, and the bar, will be open from 6pm (Wednesday’s the new Friday, right?) Come along to hear from Southeastern Trains, Transport for… Continue reading Join us on 12 October
Remember Charlton Rail Users’ Group? We’re relaunching as Transport for Charlton – a voice for everyone who needs to get to, from and around Charlton. Got a view? Our first event will be in early October. Come along to meet representatives from Southeastern Trains, Transport for London and others – and find out more about… Continue reading Got a view on getting around?