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25 Aug 2017

Southern plans normal service on most routes during RMT strike

Southern is planning to run a normal service on most of its routes during the RMT’s strike on Friday 1 September and Monday 4 September

24 Aug 2017

Automatic delay compensation for Southern and Gatwick Express passengers

As part of its continued plans to modernise one of the most congested networks in the country, train operator Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) has today announced that Southern and Gatwick Express passengers using its key smartcard are now being automatically compensated for delays of 15 minutes or more.

21 Aug 2017

Govia Thameslink Railway brings number plate recognition to 25 stations

Commuters parking at 25 Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) stations will soon save time through the convenience of automatic number plate recognition (ANPR).

16 Aug 2017

GTR hires 10 from Prince’s Trust training programme

Ten young people struggling to get a foothold on the employment ladder have been given a job

09 Aug 2017

Southern and Gatwick Express staff get on their bikes (and much more) for charity

Staff from across the Southern and Gatwick Express rail networks have raised over £2,300 in seven days for Eastbourne-based charity Embrace, the staff’s own choice as the company’s good cause. The charity helps disabled children be embraced in their local community.