Industrial Action - June 2022
  Originally published 18 June 2022.

What’s happening?

The National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) has announced a number of national industrial action days affecting 13 train operating companies and Network Rail.

Members of the RMT work across the rail network, including train conductors, signallers and guards.

What does this mean?

These members will take part in a strike from 00:01 until 23:59 on the following days:

Tuesday 21 June
Thursday 23 June
Saturday 25 June

This means that local train operators will be running a very limited service over this period.

Due to the length of each strike, disruption is expected to continue throughout the entire week.

Summary of Snow Hill Line Services

On Monday 20 June, a limited service will be in operation from 07.30 onwards with 1 train per hour.

From Tuesday 21 June to Saturday 25 June there will be no services running on the Snow Hill Line.

On Sunday 26 June, services will resume, with services starting later than normal on Sunday morning.

For more information on how local rail services are affected please visit West Midlands Railway website.