Greater Anglia urges Norfolk and Suffolk rail travellers to check routes ahead of possible further strikes
Railway workers are set for further strikes in the coming weeks as part of an ongoing dispute over pay and working conditions.
Services on several train lines to and from stations in East Anglia will be significantly reduced or cancelled entirely on May 31 and June 3, as a consequence of industrial action called by trade unions.
Ahead of these dates, Greater Anglia has urged passengers to check the service schedule carefully before they travel, and plan accordingly.
Jamie Burles, Greater Anglia managing director, said: “We are very sorry that once again our customers will be disrupted by strikes.
“Customers are advised to check before they travel on all strike days, as the number of services affected varies.
“The rail industry is working hard to resolve these disputes, and talks will continue with ASLEF and RMT to try to reach an agreement.”
The operator has confirmed that passenger assistance will continue to be available for all services which are still running on these dates.