Southern apologises as it axes 341 trains a day in new timetable
Revised schedule will run for one month but operator says it is pressing ahead with conductor changes that triggered strikes
Southern Railway is to cut 341 trains a day in a revised timetable for a month and has apologised to passengers for weeks of disruption caused by staff shortages and industrial action.
The company said it was pressing ahead with changing the role of conductors from August, the issue which triggered a series of strikes by members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union.
Source: Guardian Transport