The RMT announced a total of 12 days of planned strikes on consecutive Saturdays – 25 August, 1 September, 8 September, 15 September, 22 September, 29 September, 6 October, 13 October, 20 October, 27 October, 3 November and 10 November – which will impact on our services.
You can download the network map detailing the train plan for Saturday's strike.
This Saturday, 20 October - the ninth consecutive Saturday of RMT strike action - we will be operating a reduced timetable with very few trains running before 9am and after 6pm.
We expect to run around 30% of services and all customers are advised to plan carefully if they intend to travel on the rail network.
Unfortunately, on some routes, we aren't able to run services, while others have a limited service. On those routes where we are able to operate trains, we expect all services to be extremely busy. We also have replacement bus services available on some routes where trains aren’t running.
On Sunday there will be planned cancellations on a small minority of routes, primarily in the north west, and again customers should check up to the last minute before travelling.
Our priority during a strike is to keep you informed and on the move. At any time you can keep up-to-date by following us on social media:
Or by going to journeycheck.com/northern for train running information.
Frequently Asked Questions
Please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions for more information.
Saturday 20 October