Traveling Canaries supporters may run into difficulties if there is another train strike.
Predicted rail strikes on Saturday, August 13 could hinder Norwich City fans on their trip to the match. Rail travelers are urged to arrange their journeys early.
The Stanstead Express is one of nine railway companies where drivers have gone on strike in a long-running dispute over wages and conditions. – Greater Anglia
There will be a 24-hour strike on the day of Norwich City’s away game against Hull, which takes off at 3pm, making train travel impossible.
Many of Greater Anglia’s trains and buses will be cancelled or significantly affected, therefore the company is urging travellers to stay away.
On August 9, service schedules will be issued and advance tickets will no longer be sold. During recent strikes, only Greater Anglia’s Norwich-London line ran.
Arriva Rail London, Avanti West Coast, Crosscountry, Great Western, Hull Trains, LNER, London Overground, and Southeastern are also affected.
Trains operated by non-strike firms will still be available, but they are likely to be congested.
On the day before or up to the day of the date on your advance, off-peak or anytime ticket, you can use it if you’re affected by the strike.
Alternatively, if their train is canceled or rescheduled, they can swap their tickets to another day or receive a refund.
RMT, TSSA, and Unite will strike again on August 18 and 20, with a London Underground walkout on August 19.
Steve Montgomery, head of the Rail Delivery Group, said Aslef’s decision to disrupt travelers’ weekend plans for the second time in two weeks was regrettable.