Train passenger safety needs reviewing in light of warnings that overcrowding is set to get much worse, the chairwoman of a Commons committee says.
Louise Ellman, who chairs the transport select committee, is calling for rail health and safety legislation to be looked at again.
She said train passengers were often standing "for far too long".

BBC News - Call for rail safety review as overcrowding worsens

So much for public transport being "the best it's ever been".
A consiquence of the disaster of the theft of our public transport and the hand over to private opperators. There are strict guidelines and laws about how we transport live stock for slaughter, yet we pack people into over crowded trains.