Grand Central and passengers look to brighter future

Grand Central Rail has been speaking to commuters in Halifax about their future plans.

The company has been hosting a series of stakeholder roadshows in the towns and cities.

Kate Thorpe and Sean English at the Grand Central stakeholders roadshow held at Square Chapel, Halifax.

Kate Thorpe and Sean English at the Grand Central stakeholders roadshow held at Square Chapel, Halifax.

Following their announcement in August about the extension of their operating agreement - which allows them to run trains until 2026 - they have been engaging with people about their future plans and significant investments over the next 12 years.

Today, they were at Square Chapel.

See what Sean English, Grand Central’s chief operating officer, and Kate Thorpe, marketing and communications manager, had to say about what passengers might see over the coming years.