Which TOCs do you think have the best strategies on route design, marketing, ticketing, policy implemetation etc? Personally I like FCC London St Pancras - Bedfrod. It was devided into 2 routes, the fast service from St Pancras - Bedfrod with first stop at St Albans. This makes passengers from north more convenient and time saving to travel into London. Whereas the slow service from St Pancras and St Albans stopping all stations covers the needs for London nearby suburbs. The other TOC I like is Southwestern train. It has 3 services from London Waterloo to Staines. The fastest is Waterloo - Reading. As there are faster services from Reading - London by First Great Western, Southwestern's Reading - Waterloo might not target the passengers from reading but the far south west suburbs from London. The other route is Waterloo - Windsor & Eton Riverside. Which stops at more smaller stations such as Vauxhall, Putney, Ashford etc. It gives supplimentary services for the fast route. The slowest service is from Weybridge - Waterloo via Hounslow, stops every stations. It definitely couldn't attract passengers from Weybridge so it's more like a inter-suburb commuter route. So every route has its own target and function, that's what I like. Sorry if my writing might be not very clear . Everyone is welcomed to give comment.