Many people don’t have a traditional 9 to 5, Monday to Friday working life and would benefit from flexible travel products and services rather than standard season tickets. That’s why we’re working with our partners in the Department for Transport to develop a range of flexible train tickets and would like to include your views in our thinking.
How do I get involved?
We are inviting you to help us shape the future of your train ticket by joining our online passenger panel. It’s easy, just click on the link below. By joining you will be given the opportunity to share your views on a range of developments including the types of products and fares that would suit you and the way you travel. You’ll also get the chance to pick up tips and advice from other people in a similar position.
Register to join and help us create flexible travel products today at the Gatwick Express Passenger Panel.
Do you do any flexible train ticket types currently?
If you regularly commute to or from London, you may already know about Carnet tickets on Thameslink and Great Northern - a convenient and flexible train season ticket option. It’s great if you use the same route regularly but aren’t sure exactly when you’ll need to travel. It’s often cheaper than a standard season ticket and is valid for up to 3 months. Peak and Off-Peak Carnet booklets of either 5 or 10 single journey tickets are available and will save you 10%.
Where can I find out more about flexible working?
If you are considering flexible working hours in the future, you can find out more about your rights and get information on making it work for you here