Name change for rail company One

STEVE DOWNES One's days are numbered, after it was revealed that region's main train operator is set for another name change.

STEVE DOWNES

One's days are numbered, after it was revealed that the region's main train operator is set for another name change.

The change to National Express East Anglia means an end to announcements like “the One service at one o'clock will be leaving from platform one”.

It is being done to bring all National Express UK operations together under the same brand - with the aim of making travel simpler.

One Anglia will be phased out in the first three months of 2008, with new liveries painted on trains over the next two years.

Andrew Chivers, managing director for One, said: “Our transition from One to National Express East Anglia is a logical step as part of our parent company's brand development and its drive to make travel simpler for customers across the UK.

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“The introduction of the new identity will coincide with additional investment in customer-focused enhancements designed to further improve our service standards and build on this year's improvements in punctuality.”

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