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- Train services will be severely disrupted on Saturday 26 November due to a walkout by drivers at eleven train companies
- Passengers should only travel by train if necessary and should check their journey in advance, and expect some disruption on Sunday with a reduced timetable in operation
- Passengers can choose to either use their ticket on another day, or will be able to claim a refund
The Rail Delivery Group has responded to today's (21 November 2022) statement from the RMT.
- A 24-hour walkout by drivers at eleven train companies will cause disruption to passengers on Saturday 26 November
- A special timetable for 26th has now been published, but passengers are advised to follow the latest travel advice, check before they travel and allow extra time for their journey. Other train companies not involved in the strike will be running trains, but these are expected to be busy.
- Passengers with tickets can use their ticket either on the day before the date on the ticket, or up to and including Tuesday 29 November
Following today's (10 November) announcement by Aslef for a strike on 12 train operators on 26 November
- With the RMT staging strike action on 5, 7 and 9 November, passengers are advised to only travel by rail if absolutely necessary
- Only around 20% of services will operate, and in some parts of the country there will be no rail services at all
- A special timetable for 5, 7 and 9 November to be published on 1, 3 and 5 November, but it is certain that trains will start later and finish much earlier than usual, between 7.30am and 6.30pm
- Rail companies launch information card and other aids for people supported by assistance dogs on trains
- The cards explain why the assistance dog needs space under an empty seat
- Assistance dog owners are able to book a free extra seat in advance on some services for their dog to lie under.
Passengers reminded to only travel by train if absolutely necessary on Saturday as reduced timetable is published
- Following co-ordinated strike action by the RMT, Aslef and TSSA last weekend, and another Aslef walkout yesterday, there will be more disruption for passengers this Saturday owing to further RMT strike action
- Timetable has now been published, showing that around 20% of the usual number of services will run
- Trains that do run will start later and finish much earlier than usual, so passengers are asked to only travel by rail if absolutely necessary. Those who must travel should expect disruption, plan ahead and check when their last train will depart