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LNER - Revised timetable and safe travel advice

Incident created
20/03/2020 08:23
Last updated
01/08/2021 01:31
Route affected

All LNER routes.

 
TOC(s) affected
LNER;
Description

LNER are operating a reduced timetable, in line with current passenger demand and government guidelines. LNER generally publish timetables 2 weeks in advance.

When planning your journey, please check the latest government advice as restrictions may be in place. You can find links to the latest information for England and for Scotland.

Customer advice regarding social distancing and face coverings:

Social distancing in England and Scotland
The government's guidelines on social distancing mean that you may be seated next to another customer.

Face coverings in England
Please continue to wear a face covering on all LNER trains and in their stations, unless exempt. Thank you for being considerate of other customers 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).

Face coverings in Scotland
Face coverings must continue to be worn on board all LNER trains and in all stations in Scotland, unless exempt. It is important you follow this legal requirement, otherwise you could be fined.

Where can I find more advice and information?

Advice on how to travel with confidence is also available from LNER.

Check before you travel:

You can check your journey up to and including Friday 17 September by using the National Rail Enquiries real-time Journey Planner.

Some weekend and late night / early morning services may also be affected by engineering work. We advise you to check your journey as close to the time of travel as possible.

You can also check the information for LNER on our Informed Traveller page for the date(s) you plan to travel on.

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