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The Strategic Rail Authority


The Strategic Rail Authority plans to scrap the dedicated train service from London to Gatwick Airport in a bid to improve reliability and increase capacity on the Victoria to Brighton mainline. The move, outlined in a Route Utilisation Strategy up to 2012, would see service frequency increased from four to five trains an hour.

But trains would all stop at East Croydon to pick up commuters.

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