THE rate of complaints by passengers travelling on trains operated by Southern Railway’s parent company soared at the end of last year.
A string of European state-owned operators now run services in the UK.
COMMUTERS are being warned they could face more frustration – this time because ticket machines may not accept their money.
The walkout is the latest in a bitter dispute over the role of conductors on trains.
A TRAIN strike date has been moved so talks can be held between unions and rail bosses.
Merseyrail said it was “bitterly disappointed” at the outcome of a meeting with the RMT Union
The walk out is the latest in the long-running dispute over the role of conductors.
A new ballot will be held among Aslef’s 1,000 drivers on Southern, with the result due on April 3.