11:58AM, Monday 27 January 2014
Maidenhead Train Station has been ranked the second worst in the country by passengers, according to data compiled by an industry watchdog.
Just 66 per cent of passengers said they were satisfied with the overall quality of the station in the latest National Rail Passenger Survey (NRPS) by Passenger Focus.
It means Maidenhead station has the second lowest satisfaction ranking in the country, behind Birmingham New Street on 64 per cent.
By contrast, London St Pancras and Birmingham Moor Street had an overall satisfaction rating of 96 per cent - the highest in the country.
Maidenhead station also scored the second lowest rating when it came to satisfaction with the quality of shopping, eating and drinking facilities at the station.
Just 34 per cent of passengers said they were satisfied with what was on offer, putting it behind Nottingham on 19 per cent.
The survey took place in the autumn and quizzed about 30,000 people nationwide.
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UPDATE: Initial figures supplied by Passenger Focus said Maidenhead Train Station was ranked second worst on the list of stations with the lowest satisfaction rating among passengers, but an error in the data has since been corrected.
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