Corporate Coach Hire – Your Answer To Tube Strike Travel
Not a day goes by that we don’t hear something in the news about miserable commuters trying to make their way to London in order to get to work on time. Whether it’s overcrowded trains, delays to the services or even strike action, we really do feel for all those who face an uphill battle every day just so they can do their jobs and go home again.
Today (January 9th) has certainly been no different with regards to news stories about desperate commuters and Southern Rail. Tube station staff who are union members are striking today, which will see services severely reduced and the closure of some stations until the end of service. The majority of stations in Zone 1 are shut – so you can only imagine what people are going through right now.
Transport for London is advising that more time should be left for travel and if possible, you should avoid journeying at peak times – and remember that other services like buses and the overground will most likely be a lot busier than usual.
However, while you could consider getting the bus or the overground train, or even cycling in to work instead, there is another option that you might not yet have considered but which could prove to be a real lifesaver for you and your colleagues. We’re talking about corporate coach hire, something that could really help you get to work and back in a timely fashion and without all the hassle.
Here at A Class Corporate Travel, we actually arrange corporate and luxury business hire of coaches to a vast array of blue chip companies, with our coaches boasting a passenger capacity of 12 to 70 seats. Our fleet also comes fully equipped with Wifi, bedrooms, kitchens, boardrooms, washrooms, TV screens, tables, fax machines, printers, air conditioning, Sky TV and lots more… so you can travel in comfort and style, and get to work on time.
News outlets like the BBC have been putting pictures of frazzled crowds of commuters on websites since this morning and you only need to look at them to know you’d be far better off organising your own transport to and from work. Why don’t you sit down with your colleagues to see if they’d also be interested in sharing the costs of coach hire to the office and back? It must be better than standing outside in the cold and rain, with hundreds of other people, trying to cram yourself onto a bus, mustn’t it?
It certainly seems as though the issues with train services for commuters in London will be a long-running concern for many, so being proactive about it may be your only choice in the future, especially as rail fares continue to increase. Why don’t you see if you could save yourself both time and money by arranging coach hire for you and your office today?