Disruption between Leamington Spa and Banbury
Following a landslip on 31 January, CrossCountry services to and from the Thames Valley and the South Coast are likely to be disrupted for several weeks.
A rapid bus service is operating, linking trains terminating/starting at Banbury and Leamington Spa.
Please see our Travel Updates for further information.
We would like to apologise to customers for any inconvenience caused by these necessary changes.
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The standard measure used throughout the rail industry in Great
Britain is the Public Performance Measure (PPM). This is a combined
measure of how many trains timetabled to operate have run
throughout the entire route and calling points and how many have
arrived at their final destination within ten minutes of their
Our Public Performance Measure
from Sunday 4 January 2015 to Saturday 31
January 2015 was 89.7%.
We appreciate that a delay to your train is always frustrating,
whether you are waiting at a station or already on board. Our staff
are trained to identify and sort out any problems you experience as
a result of a delay to your train. We will always do our best to
let you know about any delays as they arise before you board the
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