Southeastern, Thameslink and London Overground services will be affected

Southeastern, Thameslink and London Overground services will be affected
Southeastern, Thameslink and London Overground services will be affected

Rail bosses are urging commuters to plan their Christmas itineraries carefully as a strike is expected to disrupt rail service in London.


The Railway, Maritime and Transport Union (RMT) said 40,000 members working for the Railroad Network and Rail Delivery Group (RDG) would step down over the holiday period.


Those affected were people traveling through Southwark, which is served by the Southeastern, Thameslink and London Overground routes.

https://southwarknews.co.uk/news/transport/bus-strikes-how-are-they-affecting-southwark/

Those affected were people traveling through Southwark, which is served by the Southeastern, Thameslink and London Overground routes.
Program

There will be a 48-hour strike on the following days:

December 13-14
December 16-17
December 24-27
3rd-4th January
January 6-7
Southeast

Southeastern services trains across most of south-east London, including London Bridge, Blackfriars, Elephant and Castle, Peckham, Denmark Hill and Nunhead.

The company has confirmed that they will be affected by all 48 hour strikes listed above.

The chef urges customers to avoid all travel on Tuesday 13th, Wednesday 14th, Friday 16th and Saturday 17th December unless absolutely necessary.
They said there would be limited service on the network and some routes would be closed entirely.

Strike action also affected services on Christmas Eve and December 27. Southeastern does not operate on Boxing Day and Boxing Day.

They haven’t given any travel advice after New Years yet.
They will be releasing a new schedule starting Sunday December 11th. Visit the December Southeast planning page for more information.

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Thames link

Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) operates trains through several stations in Southwark including London Bridge, Elephant & Castle, Denmark Hill and Herne Hill.
The company has also confirmed that they will be affected by all the 48 hour strikes listed above.

Customers have been instructed to avoid travel on strike days unless absolutely necessary and to check their journey with National Rail Inquiries.

London above ground

Most of the London Overground network is serviced by Network Rail and will therefore be affected by all strike dates listed. Customers are urged to plan ahead.

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