Monday 3 July to Saturday 8 July – ASLEF action short of a strike
Routes affected: Various National Rail Routes
The RMT Union have announced three days of strike action to affect several train operating companies during July, on Thursday 20 July, Saturday 22 July and Saturday 29 July.
In addition, the ASLEF union, have announced action short of a strike across multiple train operators from Monday 3 July to Saturday 8 July. This action involves ASLEF members withdrawing from working overtime during the six day period.
The following train operating companies will be affected and have indicated that they do not expect to be able to run their full timetable. Please check before you travel:
Great Western Railway
South Western Railway and Island Line
The following train operating companies may also be affected. They are currently expecting to be able to run their full timetable although they might experience short notice cancellations. Please check before you travel:
Avanti West Coast
East Midlands Railway
London Northwestern Railway
West Midlands Railway
The following train companies are not affected and are expected to run as normal:
c2c, Caledonian Sleeper, Grand Central, Elizabeth line, Heathrow Express, Hull Trains, London Overground, Merseyrail, ScotRail, Transport for Wales.
Thursday 20 July, Saturday 22 July and Saturday 29 July – RMT industrial action
More details on the impact that the RMT strike action will have on train services will be published by National Rail when available.
Source: National Rail