Service alteration details

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Hull Trains - Timetable information and safe travel advice

Incident created
19/03/2020 17:39
Last updated
20/07/2021 11:38
Route affected

Between Beverley / Hull and London Kings Cross

 
TOC(s) affected
Hull Trains;
Description

Hull Trains are currently running a reduced service, in line with passenger demand and current government advice.

Timetables for Hull Trains services up to Saturday 18 September can be found on the Hull Trains website.

Changes to guidelines from Monday 19 July:

In line with government advice, from Monday 19 July it is no longer a legal requirement to wear a face covering. However, Hull Trains recommend that face coverings are worn (unless exempt) whilst travelling on their trains and in enclosed areas a courtesy to other passengers and staff.

Please be aware that if you are using TfL (Transport for London) services for any part of your journey, it remains mandatory to wear a face covering (unless exempt).

Seat reservations:

Bookings made for Hull Trains services until the end of Sunday 5 September will be allocated a counted place on board their booked train. Customers will not be given a specific carriage or seat number.

Bookings made for Hull Trains services from Monday 6 September onwards will be allocated a seat reservation (carriage and seat number). If you have already made a booking for a date on or after Monday 6 September, please contact Hull Trains to request a seat reservation. This can be done by emailing [email protected], tweeting @Hull_Trains or by calling customer services on 01482 215746.

Where can I find more information?

You can find more information on the Hull Trains Coronavirus information page.

When planning your journey, please check the latest government advice as restrictions may be in place. You can find more information about this here.

Check your journey:

You can plan your journey using the National Rail Enquiries real-time Journey Planner.

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