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Important alert

Signalling problems at Eastbourne early today.

Due to signalling problem early today at Eastbourne trains that run through the station are likely to be altered, delayed or cancelled. Disruption is expected until the end of the day.

Replacement buses will run from Eastbourne to Polegate, calling at Hampden Park, and Eastbourne to Hastings calling at all stations. Tickets are being accepted on Thameslink, Southeastern and Brighton & Hove buses. 

Revised timetable on Mondays to Fridays until further notice
An amended timetable continues to operate on some routes on Mondays to Fridays. We are doing everything possible to restore services as soon as possible. The full timetable has been restored between Seaford and Brighton on Monday 26 September. For more information on routes still operating a revised timetable, and on our compensation arrangements, please check our revised timetable page.

More RMT strikes announced
The RMT has announced that they plan industrial action on the following dates:

  • Tuesday 11 October until Thursday 13 October
  • Tuesday 18 October until Thursday 20 October
  • Thursday 3 November until Saturday 5 November
  • Tuesday 22 November until Wednesday 23 November
  • Tuesday 6 December until Thursday 8 December

If these strikes go ahead they will have a significant effect on our services. We are working on plans for the service we will operate and will advise you here as soon as we have more details on our RMT strike page.



2018 timetable consultation

We want to hear what you think of the biggest timetable shake-up proposed in a generation that promises to boost capacity and expand the cross-London Thameslink network.

Find out more about the consultation

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.