Strike action by the RMT union for Sunday 26 November 2017
Unfortunately, the RMT union has called a strike for Sunday 26 November that will significantly affect CrossCountry train services. We will be operating a reduced service but running some longer trains. Amended timetables will be confirmed this week, please keep checking this page for details. In the event of any delays to your journey on Sunday we will operate our delay repay scheme against the revised timetable (in line with our Passenger Charter). Click here for the latest information.
CrossCountry's vision to improve passenger's journeys
Buy tickets for any train journey in Britain. We cross more of the country than any other train company.
Over the last ten years we have focused on improvements to our customers’ journeys by delivering a series of initiatives to deliver a better experience when traveling with us.
Our goal now is to build on these and deliver an even more enjoyable journey for our customers, and our customer report sets out the highlights of where you can expect to see these delivered.
Over the next two years we’ll be making a number of changes to improve your journeys with us. We’ve outlined the benefits you can expect in our customer report.
Every six months we will publish a Customer Report to share with you our progress delivering the promises to make your journeys even better. We’ll also update you with information on how we are performing.
We look forward to welcoming you on board and hearing your feedback. Visit our contact us page to find out how you can get in touch with us.