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.
For more information on this, please find our dedicated page here:
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Community Impact Report
At CrossCountry we are committed to making a difference.
Each year we publish a Community Impact Report, setting out many of the actions and contributions our people and our business have made to make better the places our trains serve or our people live and work.
The report showcases how our contributions are chosen specifically to help or benefit towns, cities and regions across Britain. From helping our people support local schools or sporting events, to working with Community Rail partners to bring the railway and local communities close together, we are constantly looking for ways to use our position as Britain’s geographically-largest train operator to ‘give something back’ and support the people and organisations who help others. And as well as today we’re seeking to help future generations, with a partnership at Newcastle Rail Academy to support students learning to become railway engineers and our continuing partnership with the UK Scouts Association to teach children the importance of safe and responsible behaviour.
We hope you enjoy reading our latest report and hearing of the many interesting things we have been involved with over the last year.