Southeastern services will operate as normal from tomorrow (November 8) after some disruption today despite strike action being postponed.
A revised train service is running today and trains will finish much earlier than they usually do.
There are no services on the Medway Valley and Sheerness Lines, or to/from Cannon Street today.
The strike action planned for 5, 7 and 9 November has been called off. But Southeastern says due to the late notice of the cancellation, it can still only able to run an amended timetable….
Southeastern says: “Railway services are built in complex, inter-related IT-based systems, including the timetable, fleet, crew schedules and staff rosters.
Reverting the timetables, crews and staff rosters back to a full timetable can take a number of days in planning and implementation, which is usually done weeks in advance.”
RMT, ASLEF and TSSA unions have held a number of strike days this year in a dispute over conditions, safety and pay.