Due to action short of a strike called by the ASLEF trade union from 3 – 8 July inclusive, there will be some cancellations on many Greater Anglia routes on all of those days. A full list of the cancellations for Monday 3 July to Friday 7 July is included at the end of this release. The cancellations for Saturday 8 July will be added to the Greater Anglia website as soon as they are confirmed.
As a result of these planned service alterations, passengers are advised to check their journey details before they travel between Monday 3 July and Saturday 8 July inclusive.
Passenger assistance arrangements will be available as usual. Anyone requiring assistance should plan their journey and book assistance in advance if possible.
Jamie Burles, Greater Anglia managing director, said: “While the vast majority of services will be running as normal during the period affected by action short of a strike, there will be some cancellations across our network.
“We are sorry for any inconvenience caused by these service alterations and advise customers to plan ahead and check before they travel. The rail industry is working hard to resolve the current disputes and reach an agreement.”
Further information is available at www.greateranglia.co.uk
The RMT trade union has also called three 24-hour strikes for Thursday 20, Saturday 22 and Saturday 29 July.
Information regarding the impact on train services on these strike days will be published on the Greater Anglia website as soon as it is available.
Greater Anglia cancellations on 3 – 7 July inclusive
The following services will be cancelled every day from Monday 3 July to Friday 7 July inclusive:
Action short of a strike has also been called for Saturday 8 July. Details of the services affected by this action will be provided on the Greater Anglia website as soon as they are confirmed. Services will return to normal on Sunday 9 July.