As anyone commuting will know, UK railways have faced major disruption throughout the year.
And it’s not over yet.
Planned action over October has already seen 40,000 members stage mass walkouts at Network Rail – with a strike set to shut down swathes of the network today (November 26).
And there are even more planned for December, with four walkouts planned in the run-up to Christmas, and the industrial action set to continue in the New Year.
Many, of course, will support workers’ right to strike – but many also rely on the rail for transport, and for that reason might be wondering when the strike is due to end.
Here’s what you need to know.
When will the train strike in November 2022 end?
The latest rail strike takes place today, November 26.
The strikes will last for 24 hours and includes train drivers at the following rail companies:
- Avanti West Coast,
- Chiltern Railways,
- East Midlands Railway,
- Great Western Railway,
- Greater Anglia,
- London North Eastern Railway
- Northern Trains,
- Transpennine Express
- West Midlands Trains
If you’re unsure whether your chosen railway company is taking part in this strike you should check their website for timetable information, as they will detail which trains aren’t running, affected lines and provide service updates.
Planned strike action on London Overground has been suspended, which means the service will be running as normal.
However, some stations may be closed due to weekend engineering works, so you should check the Transport for London website before you travel.
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