The deadline for Govia Thameslink Railway season ticket holders to apply for compensation is fast approaching.
Govia Thameslink Railway is warning of delays and possible cancellations following flooding at Welwyn Garden City train station.
Delays are expected between London Kings Cross and Stevenage until at least 6pm due to a trespasser on the line.
A fed up commuter has spoken of her nightmare train journeys amid continual rail disruption, and has described witnessing a train so packed that a man fell out on to a platform and suffered a head injury.
Commuters in Royston and surrounding villages have begun to see the effects of Govia Thameslink’s interim timetable this week, which has seen a decline in cancelled and delayed services.
If you are stood waiting on the platform for a Thameslink or Great Northern train to show up, you can spend your time claiming for the new compensation scheme.
The December timetable change for Great Northern services has been cancelled – meaning, among other things, that trains between Stevenage and Hertford will run for an extra six months.
Govia Thameslink Railway, Network Rail and Northern have released a joint statement about the chaos on the railways.
There’s misery for commuters this morning, with trains cancelled and delayed on the first weekday of the new Great Northern timetable.
Buses will replace trains between Royston and Cambridge all day on Easter Sunday.