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Rail Delivery Group responds to RMT's claims the strikes have been "a success"

In response to some of Mick Lynch's claims this morning that the strikes have been "a success"

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Passengers reminded to check before they travel and prepare for disruption as members of the RMT and Aslef unions set to strike next week

  • Aslef is due to hold further strike action on Wednesday 31 May and Saturday 3 June, and RMT plan to strike on Friday 2 June.   
  • The levels of disruption will vary across the country, so passengers are being asked to check before they travel.   
  • Timetables for 31 May are live on journey planners now. Timetables for 2 and 3 June will be published on Saturday 27 May.  
  • Aslef will impose an overtime ban across 15 train operators on 1 June which may lead to short-notice cancellations with wide regional variations.  
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Stations battle it out to be pride of Wales and the region’s champion in the World Cup of Stations

  • This week the public can vote for their favourite railway station in the World Cup of Stations 2023 
  • TV presenter Tim Dunn chose the 48 stations from across Britain and they compete in a series of online public votes and you can take part via #WorldCupofStations or @RailDeliveryGrp on twitter or vote online at raildeliverygroup.com/WorldCupOfStations  
  • Wales is one of three regions, plus a bonus selection by Tim, to battle it out on  24 May in a bid to reach the final on Friday 26 May and be crowned the champion 
  • The tournament seeks to showcase community rail and the benefits the railways bring to residents, the environment and the local economy.  
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Stations battle it out to be pride of the North West and the region’s champion in the World Cup of Stations

  • This week the public can vote for their favourite railway station in the World Cup of Stations 2023 
  • TV presenter Tim Dunn chose the 48 stations from across Britain and they compete in a series of online public votes and you can take part via #WorldCupofStations or @RailDeliveryGrp on twitter or vote online at raildeliverygroup.com/WorldCupOfStations  
  • North West is one of four regions to battle it out on Wednesday 24 May in a bid to reach the final on Friday 26 May and be crowned the champion 
  • The tournament seeks to showcase community rail and the benefits the railways bring to residents, the environment and the local economy.  
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Stations battle it out to be pride of Scotland and the region’s champion in the World Cup of Stations

  • This week the public can vote for their favourite railway station in the World Cup of Stations 2023 
  • TV presenter Tim Dunn chose the 48 stations from across Britain and they compete in a series of online public votes and you can take part via #WorldCupofStations or @RailDeliveryGrp on twitter or vote online at raildeliverygroup.com/WorldCupOfStations  
  • Scotland is one of the groups to battle it out on Wednesday 24 May in a bid to reach the final on Friday 26 May and be crowned the champion 
  • The tournament seeks to showcase community rail and the benefits the railways bring to residents, the environment and the local economy. 
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Stations battle it out to be pride of Yorkshire and Humberside and the region’s champion in the World Cup of Stations

  • This week the public can vote for their favourite railway station in the World Cup of Stations 2023 
  • TV presenter Tim Dunn chose the 48 stations from across Britain and they compete in a series of online public votes and you can take part via #WorldCupofStations or @RailDeliveryGrp on twitter or vote online at raildeliverygroup.com/WorldCupOfStations  
  • Yorkshire and Humberside is one of four regions to battle it out on Tuesday 23 May in a bid to reach the final on Friday 26 May and be crowned the champion 
  • The tournament seeks to showcase community rail and the benefits the railways bring to residents, the environment and the local economy.  
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Stations battle it out to be pride of West Midlands and the region’s champion in the World Cup of Stations

  • This week the public can vote for their favourite railway station in the World Cup of Stations 2023,
  • TV presenter Tim Dunn chose the 48 stations from across Britain and they compete in a series of online public votes and you can take part via #WorldCupofStations or @RailDeliveryGrp on twitter or vote online at raildeliverygroup.com/WorldCupOfStations  
  • West Midlands is one of four regions to battle it out on Tuesday 23 May in a bid to reach the final on Friday 26 May 
  • The tournament seeks to showcase community rail and the benefits the railways bring to residents, the environment and the local economy.  
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Stations battle it out to be pride of the North East and the region’s champion in the World Cup of Stations

  • This week the public can vote for their favourite railway station in the World Cup of Stations 2023, 
  • TV presenter Tim Dunn chose the 48 stations from across Britain and they compete in a series of online public votes and you can take part via #WorldCupofStations or @RailDeliveryGrp on twitter or vote online at raildeliverygroup.com/WorldCupOfStations  
  • North East is one of four regions to battle it out on Tuesday 23 May in a bid to reach the final on Friday 26 May 
  • The tournament seeks to showcase community rail and the benefits the railways bring to residents, the environment and the local economy.  
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Stations battle it out to be pride of East Midlands and the region’s champion in the World Cup of Stations

  • This week the public can vote for their favourite railway station in the World Cup of Stations 2023 
  • TV presenter Tim Dunn chose the 48 stations from across Britain and they compete in a series of online public votes and you can take part via #WorldCupofStations or @RailDeliveryGrp on twitter or vote online at raildeliverygroup.com/WorldCupOfStations  
  • East Midlands is one of four regions to battle it out on Tuesday 23 May in a bid to reach the final on Friday 26 May and be crowned the champion 
  • The tournament seeks to showcase community rail and the benefits the railways bring to residents, the environment and the local economy.