More strikes have been announced affecting passengers in North Yorkshire.
One operator, Hull Trains, which runs from Hull and Selby to London will have to alter timetables on three days this month. It means that they will only be able to run a fraction of the usual services at Howden and Selby.
Read about other action on our railways here at YorkMix.
This is what Hull Trains are saying:
“The RMT and ASLEF Unions have announced Industrial Action for Saturday 16th, Sunday 17th, Saturday 23rd & Sunday 24th July.
“We are aware of the RMT Industrial Action planned for Wednesday 27th July across other train companies and Network Rail – we will publish more details as soon as this is confirmed.
(Note, this evening the RMT, said it would take action on the 18 and 20 August too.)
On Saturday 16th, Sunday 17th, Saturday 23rd & Sunday 24th July, Industrial Action will affect Hull Trains services and a reduced timetable will be in place.
• Fri 15th & 22nd July: We plan to run a normal service, but please check before you travel
• We will run a reduced timetable on 16th & 17th July – download the timetable
• We will run a reduced timetable on 23rd & 24th July – download the timetable
• Customers should check to see if their train is running as planned. Affected customers whose train is cancelled and hold existing tickets can change their travel date to 7 days either side of the original booked date
• Mon 18th & 25th July: The 07:27 from London King’s Cross – Selby – Hull will be cancelled