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Mr Mason must have been visiting different stations from everyone else. Even by ScotRail’s admission, most passengers who were standing at stations saw information stating that a train was about to depart, and then it was cancelled. That was most people’s experience of rail information. On road information, or indeed any information, I think there is common consent there was a complete breakdown of reliable information in which people could have any confidence last winter. A lot has been done to address that, but it is stupid to deny that that was the case.