Southern train services face further disruption

Southern train services face further disruption

Conductors’ strike on Monday threatens fresh misery for passengers but rail firm claims more than 70% of trains will run

Long-suffering Southern rail passengers face further disruption on Monday due to a strike by conductors.

Planned action by drivers on the network on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday was suspended last week after Southern’s owner, Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR), and the drivers’ union, Aslef, agreed to talks.

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Source: Guardian Transport

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