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atoc

(æˈtɒk) or

atok

n
(Animals) a variety of skunk
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An ATOC spokesman said: 'This is an example of a very obscure error in a system that offers millions of tickets for travel between more than 2,500 stations.
According to estimates from Atoc, the card will save students PS174 on average on their rail fares each year.
Figures released by ATOC show ten of the top 14 cities are outside the south east; with Coventry followed by Milton Keynes at 26 per cent, Norwich at 25 per cent and Birmingham with a 22 per cent increase in journeys.
Atoc say it was the Government, not the train companies, that made the fares policy.
Atoc chief executive Michael Roberts said: "Railway funding can only come from the taxpayer or from the passenger and the Government's policy remains that a bigger share must come from people who use the train."
Atoc spokesman Edward Welsh said: "Whether visiting family and friends, or dropping in on the sales, millions of people are voting with their feet and their wallets to travel by train to help them make the most of the festive season.
Atoc chief executive Michael Roberts said: "The long-standing Government approach to sustaining rail investment is to cut the contribution from taxpayers and increase the share paid for by passengers.
The Stockton North MP, inset, welcomed new figures released by ATOC, which manages the railcard, showing record numbers of people with disabilities are getting about by train, with 3.5 million trips made last year.
The Air Terminal Operations Center (ATOC) Information Controller was expecting this call and quickly rogers up.
Association of Train Operating Companies (Atoc) reporting 80% of its timetable
Additionally Fearnley served as chairman of ATOC in 1999 and 2000 and was president of the Confederation of Passenger Transport (UK) in 2008 and appointed its first non-executive chairman in April 2009.
Capgemini UK plc, a provider of consulting, outsourcing and technology services, today announced that the Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC), through its subsidiary Rail Settlement Plan Ltd, has renewed its contract with Capgemini to provide the Association's members with support for the UK's National Rail Reservation System.