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On Track App downloads exceed 100,000

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Go-Ahead's On Track rail app has had more than one hundred thousand downloads since it launched late January.

"Breaking the download barrier of 100,000 in around three months is impressive" said Gillian Singh, Go-Ahead Group Director of Marketing.

"It shows customers appreciate highly personalised real-time information and super-fast journey planning for all national rail routes on an app that is incredibly easy to use.”

?The a?pp - ?with separate branding ?for each of its rail companies: Southern, Southeastern and London Midland - was designed with the help of passengers and rail user groups, and as such has changed the approach to UK rail travel apps.

Designed to be more 'intelligent' and 'personalised', On Track helps people plan their rail journey, buy tickets, get real-time information and even claim compensation if their train is delayed.

Gillian added: "The feedback we're getting from users of the app and the industry is really complimentary. We're pleased that so many people are finding On Track helpful on every step of their journey, and will continue to take any further feedback on board for future releases."

The Go-Ahead Group is continuing to invest in journey planning apps with further development of new functionality of its bus users app underway.

The On Track Rail app is available free from The App Store and Google Play.

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