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London Midland strikes continue to affect services

London Midland wants ASLEF to join ACAS meeting and put an end to disruption for passengers.

London Midland is asking ASLEF to join them in a meeting with the arbitration service Acas and put an end to the disruption of train services.

This Sunday (April 3) London Midland will be running more services than previous Sundays, including extending hourly services from London to Northampton and introducing an hourly service between Crewe and Liverpool. Services will also run between Birmingham Snow Hill and Worcester via Droitwich, Kidderminster and Stourbridge.

London Midland is also running hourly services on Birmingham’s Cross City line and the local Stourbridge Shuttle service.

However, there will be disruption across the London Midland network for the fourth consecutive Sunday and the advice is not to travel unless necessary.

Should passengers be unable to travel due to the disruption, Virgin Trains and Cross Country will be accepting London Midland tickets.



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