Train strike 2018 updates: London commuters face further disruption on final day of RMT walk-outs

What services will be running:

SWR said it will run 70 per cent of its normal weekday service but there will be rail replacement buses and arrangements to have tickets accepted on other train companies.

The following services will be suspended:

– Poole to Weymouth 
– Salisbury to Southampton 
– Guildford to Ascot 
– Virginia Water to Weybridge

Southern said it planned to run a normal service on some routes, including the Thameslink and Gatwick Express service

A limited service will operate on:

– West London service into Clapham Junction and Watford Junction
– Guildford services into London Bridge, Victoria, Sutton and Guildford 
– shuttle services between Brighton and Hove.

Northern said it will run around 1,350 services on strike days, more than half its normal timetable, with most running between 7am and 7pm.

Greater Anglia said it planned to run a normal service with no alterations.

Merseyrail will run a reduced service, mostly between 7am and 7pm, with a break during the middle of the day and no trains on the Kirby, Ellesmere Port or Hunts Cross lines.
 

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