Passengers planning on travelling during RMT strike action are being warned not to get caught out with trains finishing much earlier than normal.
Network Rail Scotland and train companies are working closely to run as many services as possible during industrial action by the RMT union this Wednesday (July 27).
The rail industry is reminding passengers that services will be severely disrupted on Wednesday as a result of another national strike called by the leadership of the RMT union.
Today, as only ten per cent of bus, ferry and rail tickets are booked digitally, the ground transportation sector remains the weak link in a travel ecosystem.
Network Rail has announced the launch of a new taskforce led by independent experts to investigate and make recommendations on how the railway can develop its approach to resilience during hot weather following this week’s unprecedented heatwave.
The rail industry is in the process of finalising another special ‘strike day’ timetable for next Wednesday (27th July) ahead of a fourth day of national strike action called by the leadership of the RMT that will again bring unnecessary and entirely avoidable disruption for passengers.
Passengers travelling on the line from South Croydon to Uckfield can look forward to travelling safely over the Oxted Viaduct for decades to come after a £10.5m upgrade.
Rail passengers with electric vehicles will be able to charge while they travel thanks to the introduction of 84 new electric vehicle charging points at Edinburgh Waverley station.
Rail passengers in the North West are being advised to plan ahead with heatwave conditions expected to impact journeys next week.
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