Strike Action on Southeastern next Tuesday (7th May 2024)

Strike Action on Southeastern next Tuesday
Tuesday 7 May 2024

  • Most of our routes and stations will be closed. There will be an extremely limited service where trains are running. Our advice to customers is to only travel if absolutely necessary.
  • If you do travel, expect severe disruption, plan ahead and allow much more time for your journey.
  • Trains that are running could be extremely busy, they start later and finish early.
  • You may be unable to board trains at some stations, and there could be queues.
  • Only 29 out of 165 Southeastern stations will be open. No replacement buses will serve stations that are closed.
  • Below is our service availability map. Timetables will be published here shortly, and journey planners are being updated.
  • For alternative transport options visit traveline

Ticketing and Further Information

Customers with Advance, Anytime or Off-Peak tickets for travel between Tuesday 7 and Thursday 9 May can instead use their tickets anytime between Monday 6 and Monday 13 May. This only applies to tickets purchased before the strikes were announced on 22 April. If the ticket is for a journey that includes TfL services such as the London Underground, DLR or the Elizabeth Line, it will not be valid on TfL services on an alternative date.

You can claim a full refund or change of journey with no admin fee for your unused ticket (other than season ticket), if you decide not to travel because the train you intended to use is cancelled, delayed or rescheduled after you purchased your ticket.

For more details on ticketing and further information about the strike action, please click here.