November rail strike dates announced
The RMT union has announced futher strike dates for 3,5, and 7 November, in the ongoing dispute over pay and working conditions.
The National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) has announced further strike action for 5th, 7th, and 9th of November.
The strikes come as the latest action in a series of rail strikes in the UK over the past months, as unions continue to clash with Network Rail over pay and working conditions.
You're booked to travel on a strike day - what are your options?
Options for ticket validity differ depending on the train operator you're booked with but if your train is cancelled, you are entitiled to a refund.
Validity of tickets for travel on strike days has been extended to the day before and up to 2 days after the date of the strike.
Please note that if you are travelling through London and your tickets includes the London Underground, it may not be valid on Underground services on an alternative date.
How do I know if my journey has been affected?
We won't know until closer to the strike dates which services have been impacted. You can check Trainline's status page, which will list all known disruptions here.
Will trains still be running on strike days?
There will still be some services running but these are likely to be extremely busy and or significantly delayed.
Diversity Travel is recommending against all but essential travel on these days, and would advise against booking any travel. Travel either side of these days may also be affected.