MSE News:Northern season ticket holders to be given cash compensation - but the amount varies

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Public Transport & Cycling
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Public Transport & Cycling
Commuters who have a Northern train season ticket for routes through Lancashire, Cumbria and Greater Manchester will receive a month's worth of compensation
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  • -Zigo-Zigo Forumite
    33 Posts
    Has there been any update on this? i.e. what the procedure is, which routes are eligible, etc.?

    I've got loads of days to claim for but it's a hassle to go and fill out the existing form for each day. The suggestion is that we shouldn't need to do that.

    I spoke to someone at Northern Rail the other day and he said I should just send an email with a photo of my pass along with my bank statement showing last month's pass being paid (as I no longer have the pass) but I can't find a way to contact them in this way.

    Has anyone had any success with this?
  • PTR72PTR72 Forumite
    3 Posts
    I claimed online and received about 80 quid, which is 1/12 of my annul pass.
    Just google 'Northern Railway Season ticket additional compensation scheme'
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