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Two Sussex stations get their first service digital information screens

Rail stations Glynde and Southease in East Sussex have installed electronic information screens for the first time.

The new equipment is part of Southern’s annual investment to improve its customers’ journey experience at small stations across the network.

The screens continue a programme of enhancements to customer information technology along the south coast. Last year saw new screens or public announcement systems introduced: Newhaven Harbour, Bishopstone, Pevensey Bay, Normans Bay, Three Oaks, Doleham and Winchelsea.

Stephen MacCallaugh, Southern’s Head of Stations, said: “Many of these projects were suggested by passengers, local communities and station teams. They might be small schemes but they address local needs and make a big difference for many of our customers.

“We’re constantly working to make our train services and stations more attractive and accessible, to give our passengers a better all-round journey experience. And among our station teams, the improvements also foster pride in their workplace.”

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