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Aberdeen Standard Investments (ASI) is backing a controversial £971m bid to acquire a fleet of 70 Elizabeth Line trains from Transport for London (TfL), City A.M. can reveal.

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  • Improved compensation for Northern passengersNorthern passengers can now claim compensation for 15 minute delays. This is an extension of the scheme that was available previously for delays of 30 minutes or more. Passengers can now claim compensation worth 25% of the single fare if delayed between 15 and 29 minutes.
  • Testing of new Greater Anglia trains underwayThe first Stadler bi-mode unit for Greater Anglia made its main line debut in the early hours of December 15, when it ran between Diss and Trowse Junction (near Norwich).

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