Service cancelled due to planning error?

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jon0844

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I should have checked what the screens said, if anything.

Is this a clever way to hide the issue to customers?!
 

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Not really, RTT isn't intended to be used by normal customers. The Thameslink website says the cancellation is down to "a shortage of train crew".
 

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Something like that which is down to (TI) rostering could be traincrew marked up to RDW by rosters who put themselves N/A, or who have rostered someone who was A/L or even marking to someone to a job where they don't sign the road.
 

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Is this a clever way to hide the issue to customers?!

No, it's a simplified translation of the delay attribution code that I chose. Typically the TI code normally went down to someone making a screw up somewhere down the line. I personally still think that it's somewhat of a planning error not having enough crew for something but that's for another discussion
 
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