Southern railway to restore full timetable from 31 October
Firm axed 341 trains a day as short-term fix for disruption that had plagued the line at the start of July
Southern has promised to restore its full timetable from 31 October, after almost four months running an emergency timetable with hundreds of trains cancelled every day.
The move had been billed at the start of July as a short-term fix to the disruption affecting Southern, allowing a more predictable – if reduced – level of service for the hundreds of thousands of passengers travelling daily on its trains. Southern cut 341 trains a day, or about 15% of its services, in July, and more than 100 have yet to be reinstated.
Source: Guardian Transport