Advice for rail users affected by RMT action: 27 September until 1 October
The RMT Union has announced further industrial action that would affect CrossCountry services from the start of Friday 27 September until the end of Tuesday 1 October. We remain in discussions with the RMT to seek a resolution and customers are advised to check our website for the latest travel information.
If this action goes ahead then on most days there would be little impact on our services. However, services on Sunday 29 September would be severely restricted. Seat reservations have been suspended and alternative arrangements are being prepared and will be made available here when finalised.
The Managing Director's Statement of Environmental & Corporate Responsibility
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CrossCountry will strive for continual improvement in reducing Environmental impacts and raising awareness of its Corporate Responsibility. This policy will be shared with our employees, suppliers, stakeholders, with the active support of the executive board. Our environmental management system follows the requirements the International Standard BS EN ISO 14001:2015 and BS EN ISO 50001:2011.
This sets out framework policies for our business, paying due regard to the protection of the environment, the effective and efficient use of energy and raw materials, promotion of modal shift (from private cars to public transport) and the minimisation of waste. By supporting the development of best practice and innovative solutions we aim to promote and provide sustainable public transport and reduce the environmental impact of our operations and we remain committed to continual improvement and the prevention of pollution
We aim to:
To achieve this we will: