The councillors asked for more information about this, such as details of the company's customer research on which they based their assumptions and details of how much extra stops at the station would cost North London Railways. They were told this information could not be given to them because it was "commercial in confidence" and might prejudice a potential bidder for the line.
John Prime, a commuter from King's Langley, said that he and hundreds of others travel regularly through the station and none have heard any complaints from Milton Keynes passengers about the delay of stopping at King's Langley. He adds: "The logic of this argument, together with Railtrack's method of charging, seems to be that no train should ever stop until it reaches its final destination." Perhaps Mr Prime should keep this to himself, in case someone thinks it is a good idea.Reuse content