TransPennine Express urges customers across Yorkshire to only make essential journeys this weekend
TransPennine Express (TPE) is asking customers across the North to only travel if their journey is essential this weekend.
Increased levels of staff sickness mean that the rail operator will now be running a reduced number of services across all routes on both Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 July.
Customers planning to travel to an event this weekend are asked to instead, seek alternative transport.
Kathryn O’Brien, Customer Service and Operations Director for TransPennine Express said: “Unfortunately, high levels of staff sickness mean we will be running a reduced number of services this weekend.
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“We know this is frustrating news for our customers, and we are sorry for the impact it will have on people’s plans.
“Customers are advised to only travel if absolutely necessary this weekend, and anyone making an essential journey should plan ahead, check very carefully before travelling and allow extra time, as late notice delays and cancellations are possible.”
Bikes will not be permitted on-board TransPennine Express services this weekend.