Passenger numbers grow at First Hull Trains for 13th consecutive year

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First Hull Trains has revealed that passenger numbers rose by 50,000 (a massive 8%) in 2013.

The open-access operator, which runs 90 services a week between London King’s Cross and Hull’s Paragon Interchange, carried 815,400 passengers throughout 2013 – breaking through the 800,000 mark for the very first time. This continues a year-on-year trend that has seen passenger numbers rise annually since trading began back in 2000.

The news follows last year’s announcement that First Hull Trains is seeking extend its current track access agreement beyond December 2017.


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