We’re proposing a new, 12-car turn back platform at Reigate station.

This will provide greater capacity, a more reliable service and improved connections to Thameslink destinations in London and beyond.

The proposals are part of our long-term plans to run more reliable, more frequent and faster services on the Brighton Main Line and its branch lines.

Have your say

We want to hear the views of passengers and local people and are seeking feedback on our proposals from Monday 24 February to Monday 6 April 2020.

You can find out more about our plans to upgrade Reigate station and have your say on the proposals at our information events.

From Monday 24 February you can submit your feedback via our consultation hub.

Our information events

DateTimeVenue
Monday 24 February 202018:00 – 21:00St Mary's hall (across from the church)
13 Chart Ln
Reigate
RH2 7BW
Tuesday 25 February 202016:00 – 20:00Three Central Ltd
3 London Road
Redhill
RH1 1LY
Wednesday 26 February 202016:00 – 20:00Reigate Community Centre
Room F3
53 High Street
Reigate
Surrey
RH2 9AE
Thursday 27 February 202016:00 – 20:00Reigate Community Centre
Room F3
53 High Street
Reigate
Surrey
RH2 9AE
Friday 28 February 202016:00 – 20:00Day Space Reigate
57 Albert Road North
Reigate
RH2 9EF
Saturday 29 February 202011:00 – 15:00St Marks Church
Alma Road,
Reigate,
RH2 0DA

Our proposals

  • Extend and widen existing platform 2
  • Lay track to create new platform 3 to accommodate up to 12-car trains
  • Power supply upgrades
  • A larger, improved car park, new access roads and additional designated parking bays.

The benefits

Our proposals for Reigate station would deliver regional and local benefits. In the longer term our plans to unlock the railway bottleneck at Croydon provide the opportunity to significantly increase capacity and performance along the Brighton Main Line and its branch lines.

The proposals for Reigate form an important part of these longer-term plans.

The proposals will allow 12-car Thameslink trains to stop at the station for the first time direct to London Bridge and beyond.

The lengthened platform will remove the current need for trains to split and join at Redhill, shortening journey times during peak hours.

New designated parking bays and better accessibility to the northern side of the station will make it easier for passengers accessing the ticket office and platform 1.

Lengthening the platform and building a new platform 3 would provide more space for passengers to wait and get on and off train services.

Managing impacts

We would work with train operators to run as full a service as possible through Reigate station during the proposed upgrade.

As we develop the detail of our proposals we will continue to engage with residents, businesses and passengers to make them aware of our proposals and the potential benefits.


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Contact us

For more information on our proposals at Reigate you can email us at consultation@cars2.networkrail.co.uk

You can also visit our contact us page or call our 24-hour national helpline on 03457 11 41 41 or you can contact us on Twitter at @NetworkRailSE