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NO NORTHERN SERVICES TO RUN IN EAST & NORTH YORKSHIRE NEXT THURSDAY DUE TO TRAIN DRIVERS’ STRIKE

There will be no Northern services across the north of England, including along the Hull to Scarborough line, next Thursday (9th May) due to the latest industrial action by ASLEF.

The union, which largely represents train drivers, has called multiple strikes on different days at train operators across the country.

As such, Northern customers connecting onto services with other train operators are advised to check before they travel for all journeys between Monday 6th and Saturday 11th May.

During that period, Northern says its services are likely to be busier than usual as people take alternative routes to avoid strikes elsewhere.

For more information about the strike, visit: www.northernrailway.co.uk/travel/strikes.

Tricia Williams, chief operating officer for Northern, said: “Unfortunately, the action by ASLEF on Thursday 9 May will see our network grind to a halt.

“On the days when strikes are taking place with other train operators, we will do everything we can to keep our services moving and absorb those extra passengers trying to travel across the region.

“We can only apologise, once again, for the disruption this action by ASLEF will cause to people in the North of England.”

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