Network Rail hopes to increase the successes that it has been proudly witnessing around the country by welcoming a new member to the Wessex team that will help to manage the transport network lines running from Waterloo. Jason Bridges is the new man in town who will help to ensure that the busy services along that particular station continues to run as smoothly and efficiently as it has not done in the past.
Having worked in the past in places as varied as Saudi Arabia and Australia, where he worked as one of the managing forces for Sydney Trains, Jason Bridges has been all over the train (so to speak) and clearly has the right level of experience and know-how to be able to cope with the bustling atmosphere of London Waterloo. Indeed, the station is used extremely frequently by commuters from all over the country who work in Central London and it is essential that Network Rail are equipped with a strong and capable team of managers so that operations can run smoothly , that trains can successfully reach their appropriate destinations, and that passengers can overall be satisfied with the services that the Wessex route provides.
Indeed, the MD of NR’s Wessex line, Becky Lumlock, says that she is looking forward to Jason Bridges’ arrival and explains that he has the necessary amount of experience that would make him an ideal candidate for the position. Through the collaboration and teamwork of the management team, it is clear that those traveling to and from Waterloo will be able to greatly benefit even more from their journeys and the essential maintenance and codes of conduct can be maintained in place. All in all, it seems that Jason Bridges’ arrival in filling the new shoes of his position in May is eagerly awaited by the rest of the management squad on the Wessex route.