Southern rail says it is hoping to run a normal service today (June 22) following yesterday’s industrial action - but passengers could be facing further disruption.
There were no trains running at all between Ashford and Eastbourne yesterday as members of the RMT union held another 24-hour walk out in a row over the future role of conductors.
A normal timetable will be running today, but Southern says services could still be affected by staffing issues.
Addressing passengers, a spokesperson for the train operator said: “Thank you for your patience during the RMT strike yesterday.
“No further strikes have been announced at this stage.
“We aim to run a normal service today however Southern services are still being affected by limited train crew availability which may lead to disruption on some routes.”
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