Train Strikes in UK 2023 Can Disrupt Your Travel

Train Strikes

ASLEF and RMT Union has made some shocking announcements which can bring travel Catastrophe in the United Kingdom. According to the reports, ASLEF and RMT Unions will go on strikes on separate dates in May and June 2023.

Trains are one of the most essential and fastest ways to travel all around the UK. Train strikes in UK, can bring great chaos to the country. UK train strike dates announced by ASLEF Union are on the following dates, Friday 12th May, Wednesday 31st May and Saturday 3rd June. While RMT Union will go on strike on Saturday s13th May. Strikes led by ASLEF will greatly hamper travel on 16 trains while strikes led by RMT will affect 14 train operators.

Train strikes in UK

These strikes will affect majorly on important routes such as Liverpool and Eurovision. The dates of strikes will create serious travel hassles for the citizens because 2 dates of strikes are falling during the May half-term school holidays and FA Cup Final.

This strike will also hamper train routes to Manchester and Wembley. Train operating companies which will be most affected by these strikes are Avanti West Coast, Chiltern Railways, Cross Country, East Midlands Railway, Great Western Railways, London North Eastern Railway, Great Northern Thameslink, West Midlands, Island Line, Gatwick Express and Trans Pennine.

Train strikes in UK2

The Unions are going on these massive strikes due to pay rise issues with the authorities. Reports have stated that the authorities offered a 4% pay rise, but ASLEF Union rejected this offer. Although the RMT Union are now re-balloting its member for the strike in London’s underground.

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