|Strike action is due to take place on our network on the following days:
In addition, the the ASLEF union will be implementing an overtime ban on 1 June.
No services on Wednesday 31 May and Saturday 3 June
Limited service on Friday 2 June
Strike action cancelled at short notice may still cause disruption
If the strike action is cancelled at short notice we may not be able to switch back to our normal timetable immediately. Rail services are built in complex, interrelated IT systems covering fleet, crew schedules and rosters, and so it takes some time to get everything back to normal.
We are very sorry for any inconvenience the strike action will cause you.
If previous strike action has affected your travel plans then please visit our strike refund page for more information.You can keep up-to-date here where we’ll post the latest information, follow us on Twitter, or you can sign up to receive service updates on the planned strike action.
Overtime ban on 1 June
Southeastern will be running a full service during the overtime ban, however there still may be disruption and short notice cancellations.
GTR will be running an amended service in place for the overtime ban period.
Further information on ticketing, refunds and other FAQ
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