Network Rail report comes to conclusion over last November's red light over-shoot.
A London Assembly transport committee rates station as 7th worst in Greater London.
The report listed the highest crime levels for 20 London stations outside Zone 1 ranking Surbiton Station as the seventh highest with 166 reported crimes, covering mugging, robberies, sexual assaults, vandalism and graffiti.
However, a SWT spokesman said the figures needed to be put into context, stating that the station handles over five and half million passengers a year and contradicts the Rail Station of the Year Award announced for 2005.
Read more in the Surrey Comet...
Black box analysis reveals driver and signalman acted promptly to unknown safety failure.
An early morning commute nearly ended in disaster as a potential major collision was averted on November 25. Exasperated by bad weather, an as yet unknown technical fault meant that the 5.44 from Alton to Waterloo skidded through two red signals before coming to rest less than 300 metres from another train. A high-level enquiry into the incident is now underway.
The evening of the same day, severe delays for homeward commuters was caused by an earlier suicide at Hampton Court Junction.
Teenagers rob late night commuter.
A 23 year-old man was beaten by a gang of youths outside the station at 1 o' clock in the morning last Friday.
After punching and leaving the man bleeding outside the station, the five attackers made off with his mobile phone, wallet, keys and jacket.
The main suspect is describes as being around 15 years old, 5 foot 5 inches tall and white, wearing sports wear. Police are asking for any information on 020 8247 4945.
Read more in The Kingston Guardian...
All lines through Surbiton will be closed until 'late morning'.
Work on the St. Mark's Hill railway bridge widening is set to cause more travel chaos this weekend with rail closures in both directions from Surbiton station.
Rail travellers from Berrylands are advised to catch the K2 bus to either Tolworth or Surbiton stations depending on their destination.
This doesn't bode well for this year's Surbiton Festival.
Massive steel beams needed by the railway bridge widening works block access to St. Mark's Hill junction.
The widened road bridge is intended to improve traffic flow from Kingston to the M25, but as the final stages of installation take place, the inevitable snarl-ups are happening. Six 100 foot beams are being places across the railway cutting over September.
|23, 24, 25 and 26 September||Ewell Road, Surbiton Hill Road, St. Mark's Hill and Lamberts Road will all be closed for three days, from 10am on Friday 23 September until 6.00am on Monday 26 September 2005.|
|26 and 27 September||Ewell Road will close each night between 10pm and 7.30am.|
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London Transport have named Surbiton Station 'Rail Station of The Year'.
The award was presented to Kingston Council at a dinner attended by over 600 people last Wednesday. Other finalists included the London Borough of Bromley and Chiltern Railways.
Surbiton received special attention for it's recent improvements for cyclist and pedestrian.
Though announced as being better for Surbiton commuters, many passengers are angry today after new South West Trains timetables come into effect.
Late trains and short carriages greeted Surbiton train travellers this morning. Though the real cause is unclear, many are blaming South West Trains' radical new scheduling that introduced massive changes. The new timetables will actually add more services stopping a Surbiton, but this was little consolation for disillusioned passengers waiting on cold platforms this morning. Some trains even carried extra transport police officers to deter threats of revolt from commuters.
It's great for parking your bike.
The London Cycling Campaign awarded Kingston Borough Council a 'Cycling Oscar' in their Annual General Meeting last week. Surbiton Station was judged the 'Best Cycle Facility' for it's double-decker cycle racks.
Read more at Bikebiz.com...
Radical new timetable leaving many with longer journey times may benefit Surbiton commuters.
From December 12th, South West Trains intend to make fundmental changes to train times on many of their services, with reportedly longer times for many routes.
Read more in The Ealing Times...