Service alteration details

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c2c - Timetable information and safe travel advice

Incident created
20/03/2020 09:13
Last updated
27/01/2021 03:32
Route affected

Between London Fenchurch Street and Grays / Southend Central / Shoeburyness 

 
TOC(s) affected
c2c;
Description

A temporary reduced timetable is operating across the c2c network, to ensure a reliable service can operate for key workers and those travelling for legally permitted reasons.

The temporary timetable can be found here.

Please note that due to the current travel situation train schedules may change at short notice, with some cancellations occurring on the day. We advise you to check your journey as close to the time of travel as possible.

Safe travel advice:

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

Capacity on board trains remains extremely limited as social distancing measures are in place.

Currently services arriving into central London before 08:00 are the busiest. You are recommended to defer travel until after 08:00, as this means you'll be more likely to find space on the train to socially distance. A list of c2c's busiest trains can be found here. You are advised to replan your journey to avoid these trains.

Where can I find more information?

More information about what c2c are doing to help you travel with confidence is available here.

Check before you travel:
You can check your journey up to and including Sunday 31 January using the National Rail Enquiries real-time Journey Planner.

Train times after this date have not yet been updated to reflect the amended timetable.

Some weekend and late night / early morning services may be affected by engineering work so please check journey planners and live departure boards before commencing your journey.

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