Further strike action in October across Southeastern network

Southeastern trains Photo John Horton

Strike action is due to take place on the Southeastern network on three days next month, with the first this Saturday (October 1).

Action will also be taken on Wednesday, October 5 and Saturday, October 8.

This Saturday members of the ASLEF, RMT and TSSA unions are taking strike action in a dispute over pay, conditions and safety fears.

RMT represents conductors, platform staff, shunters, ticket office staff, signallers and Network Rail workers. ASLEF is the train drivers union and TSSA ((Transport Salaried Staffs’ Association)) represents a  range of roles including station staff, Control and admin and manager roles.

There will be no trains running on the Southeastern network on October 1.

On October 5 action is being taken by ASLEF members. There will again be no Southeastern services running on the rail network.

On October 8 there will be a limited service running on the rail network and some routes will be closed. The following day services are likely to start running from 7am when Network Rail staff begin their shifts.

First trains may be busy, and queueing systems will be in place to manage space on trains.

Check before travelling at https://www.southeasternrailway.co.uk/strike-action


  1. All supermarkets are going on strike for two days at a time each month also!

    Will people support them or just expect them to open up eo they can get abused daily because they are looked upon like crap?

  2. I agree with Steve’s comment although all our food shopping is done in Ramsgate If I want DIY etc I am forced to WWX and I hate the place, Knock it down and put the houses back!

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