Yorkshire rail strikes: All you need to know about Yorkshire train times during strike week Yorkshire News

This will see rail services in Yorkshire – and the rest of the country – significantly reduced and in many cases canceled altogether.

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Several stations throughout the region will be closed completely and no rail replacement buses will be in operation.

The purple lines show where train services will operate on strike days, but even these services will be very limited.

Rail operators in the region have advised customers to avoid traveling on the network between Tuesday June 21 and Sunday June 26.

When rail travel becomes unavoidable, operators have warned that travel will be significantly disrupted and passengers must be given more time to reach their destination.

While the industrial action only covers three days of the period, services on the days either side of the strikes are also expected to be affected.

Below is everything we know so far about how the strikes will affect train travel in Yorkshire.

Railway companies not listed below have not specified which services will be canceled or run, but have advised customers to avoid train travel on these dates.

The industrial action will take place on Tuesday, June 21, Thursday, June 23, and Saturday, June 25, and on these days Northern will only provide service on the routes listed below.

However, even these services will be very limited, with trains starting later and ending earlier than normal. No replacement buses or alternate trips will be provided.

Liverpool Lime Street – Alderley Edge

Ilkley – Bradford Forster Square – Leeds

Skipton – Bradford Forster Square – Leeds

Leeds – Bradford Forster Square

TransPennine Express will offer modified service on strike days, with significantly reduced services, and has advised customers to seek alternative transportation where possible.

There will be very limited service on the following routes on Tuesday, June 21, Thursday, June 23, and Saturday, June 25:

Manchester Airport – Preston

Manchester Piccadilly – York

In addition, the following stations will be completely closed with no services calling there on strike days:

Casco (the bus station will remain open)

Hull Trains will only operate between Doncaster and London Kings Cross on June 21, 23 and 25.

These services may only operate between 07:30 and 18:30.

Customers are asked to avoid train travel whenever possible.

On strike days, East Midlands Railway services will operate between 07:30 and 18:30 only. Services will be significantly reduced and customers are advised to avoid train travel on these dates where possible.

Trains on both sides of the strike days are also expected to be affected.

EMR Intercity: one train per hour between Nottingham and London and one train per hour between Sheffield and London. There will be no direct trains between Luton and London on Saturday June 25 due to planned engineering work.

EMR Regional: One train per hour between Derby and Matlock, between Derby and Nottingham, between Leicester and Nottingham, and between Nottingham and Sheffield. All other routes will be closed, with no replacement transportation.

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This notice was published: 2022-06-19 13:35:43

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