Southern rail users face fresh misery as drivers resume overtime ban

Southern rail users face fresh misery as drivers resume overtime ban

Return to daily travel chaos likely after talks break down between union and rail chiefs over driver-only trains

The respite from severe disruption for Southern rail passengers looks to be over, with train drivers refusing to work overtime from the end of May.

Drivers’ union Aslef announced the ban on Wednesday morning, a day after talks broke down with the Southern operator, Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR), in the long-running dispute over driver-only trains.

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Source: Guardian Transport

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