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Important alert

Due to a signalling problem between Three Bridges and Haywards Heath,

trains are running at a reduced speed between these stations. This has led to a large amount of delays and will lead to cancellations whilst we recover the train service.

Network Rail, who own and maintain the signalling and track, are attending the reported signalling fault and will be providing updates to us. They are expected to be on site shortly and we will then provide further information about the problem. In the mean time. Please click on the link below for further information concerning delays explained.

http://www.networkrail.co.uk/timetables-and-travel/delays-explained/

or you can follow this incident on our social media #HaywardsHeath. 

RMT Union announces 2 days of strike action

We have been informed that conductors and station staff in the RMT union are planning to strike.

  • Station staff plan to strike on Wednesday 7th September.
  • Conductors plan to strike on Wednesday 7th and Thursday 8th September.  

Please read our strike page here.

Revised timetable on Mondays to Fridays until further notice

In order to give you more certainty for your journey and enable you to better plan, we have implemented an amended timetable on Mondays to Fridays that we will be able to operate more reliably.

You will be able to claim compensation against trains cancelled in advance or against delays experienced on the day. For full timetables and to claim compensation, visit our revised timetable page.

119 trains restored to the timetable from Monday 5th September

Over a third of the 341 trains cancelled on July 11 as part of a temporary timetable will be restored next week to inner London services, almost all London Bridge peak trains and an enhanced service to Southern's West London Line. Background information is available here, with more detailed information to help you to plan your journey available from tomorrow morning.

 
 

 

Improving your railway

Over our seven year franchise we are committed to deliver changes at our stations, on-board our trains and behind the scenes to improve the customer experience. This includes changes to how we sell tickets, our station environments, some of our frontline roles and how we look after our customers.

Find out more here about how we are improving the customer experience

Southern performance improvement plan

Network Rail, Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) and Southern are working together to improve performance, and have published an updated performance plan. Further information can be found on our performance pages.