CrossCountry customers advised to make alternative travel arrangements on Saturday 26 November due to planned ASLEF strike action
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CrossCountry passengers are being advised to make alternative travel arrangements on Saturday 26 November following the confirmation of planned strike action by The Association of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen (ASLEF).
CrossCountry will not be able to operate any services as a result of the industrial action, which will cause significant disruption for passengers. Passengers are being urged to make alternative travel arrangements and to check the CrossCountry website for the latest updates.
Tom Joyner, Managing Director at CrossCountry said: “We would like to convey our sincerest apologies to our passengers for the undoubted disruption this latest strike will cause. We remain hopeful that through careful discussions and compromises on both sides with our union counterparts, we will be able to agree the reforms necessary to both afford a fair pay deal, and secure a sustainable future for the railway that is currently taking more than its fair share from the taxpayer.”
“We advise that our passengers to make alternative travel arrangements or to avoid travelling altogether”
Information about CrossCountry services will be regularly updated at www.crosscountrytrains.co.uk/disruption, where there will also be information around Delay Repay, refund and ticket acceptance.