28 Jun Southern Railway – revised timetable for ASLEF drivers’ overtime ban
Please see below information from Southern Railway
Southern Railway plans to operate a revised timetable to give passengers more reliable services if drivers belonging to the union ASLEF begin a proposed overtime ban on Thursday 29 June.
The rail firm plans to operate 75% of its weekday services on Thursday and Friday, 29 and 30 June, and is working to improve on this service level from Monday 3 July. This will create a timetable with stability and consistency. Passengers are advised to expect a reduced service on certain routes and to allow extra time for their journeys.
More information is available at www.southernrailway.com/dispute.
Online journey planners for Thursday 29 and Friday 30 will be updated on Tuesday 27, and later in the week for Monday 3 July onwards.
Thursday and Friday, 29 and 30 June: Most routes will retain a Southern train service, including Seaford. On other routes, we have arranged ticket acceptance with other operators. Key alterations include:
- No off-peak Gatwick Express service between Gatwick Airport and Brighton (but a limited peak service will operate)
- Gatwick Express services will operate to an amended timetable between London Victoria and Gatwick Airport
- No Southern service to/from Beckenham Junction
- No service between East Croydon and Milton Keynes Central via Kensington Olympia (a limited peak service will operate between Clapham Junction and Watford Junction)
- No direct service between London and either Portsmouth or Southampton (a change of trains will be required)
- Very limited peak services between Tulse Hill, Peckham Rye and London Bridge
- No Southern peak-only service to/from Guildford
- No Southern peak-only service to/from Wimbledon
- An hourly service will operate between Seaford and Brighton
- A reduced peak service between Ashford International and Hastings
Weekends, from 1 July: Southern will run its normal timetable but services will be reduced and the number will vary from weekend to weekend. For information about these services, please visit www.southernrailway.com/dispute.
Mondays to Fridays from Monday 3 July until further notice: Most routes will retain a Southern train service and significantly more services will be running from Monday 3 July than on Thursday 29 and Friday 30 June. The key alterations are listed at http://www.southernrailway.com/your-journey/dispute.