Another strike is set to cause chaos on the railways this month.
Train drivers at 12 operators are to stage a fresh walkout on 26 November.
Union Aslef said it was still waiting for a pay offer from the employers, despite a series of talks.
Train operators affected include:
- London North Eastern Railway (LNER)
- Northern Trains
- Transpennine Express
- and CrossCountry.
General secretary Mick Whelan said: “We want the companies – which are making huge profits – to make a proper pay offer so that our members can keep up with the cost of living.”
A Rail Delivery Group spokesperson said: “We are incredibly frustrated the Aslef leadership has decided to take further strike action.
“We regret Aslef’s decision, which will cause real disruption to passengers and hit its members’ pay packets.”
Rail union the RMT suspended its last round of strikes after securing “unconditional” talks on Network Rail and the promise of a pay offer from the train operating companies.