Sussex rail strikes: How will December’s measures affect trains?

Industrial strike is expected to affect Sussex in December as the RMT has confirmed two 48-hour strikes are to take place.

This happens on Tuesday 13th December to Wednesday 14th December and Friday 16th December to Saturday 17th December.

RMT General Secretary Mick Lynch shared that the new strikes aim to show “how important our members are to the running of this country and send a clear message that we want a good deal on job security, pay and conditions for our people” .

Knowing that strike dates “Sorry to inconvenience you, but we urge you to take your anger and frustration out on the government and railroad employers during this final phase of action,” Lynch added.

Here’s how this rail strikes could affect Sussex in mid-December.

How will rail strikes affect Sussex in December?

The main railway companies operating in Sussex are Southern and Thameslink, and Southern say they expect “severe disruption” by the scheduled dates.

advice to their website It says: “We advise you to travel only if absolutely necessary and if you can expect significant disruption.

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“The railway will have limited hours, with services starting later than normal and ending in the late afternoon. Please check your first and last train carefully as there are no alternative journeys outside of these services.”

All service routes to London are expected to have two trains per hour.

Thameslink offers the same advice to rail travelers their website. Sussex rail strikes: How will December’s measures affect trains?

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