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East Midlands Railway expect normal timetable to operate next week

East Midlands Railway (EMR) is expecting to run a normal timetable next week despite industrial action from ASLEF.

Members from the union ASLEF, which represents train drivers, have withdrawn non-contractual overtime from Monday, 15 May until, and including, Saturday, 20 May.

  • From Monday, 15 May until, and including, Saturday, 20 May, ASLEF has withdrawn non-contractual overtime
  • EMR expects to run its normal timetable
  • However, trains may be subject to short notice alterations and cancellations.

Currently, EMR expects no change to its timetable, however, trains may be subject to short-notice alterations and cancellations.

Customers should ensure they check their full journey before travelling and are strongly advised to check the EMR website, information in stations and social media for the latest advice and information.

Will Rogers, Managing Director for East Midlands Railway, said: “We have worked hard to put in place a plan which should allow us to run our normal timetable.

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“However, there is still a risk that some trains may be subject to short-notice alterations and cancellations.

“Customers are advised to check their journey is still possible before setting off.”

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