We introduced a reduced timetable on Monday 16 November.
TimetablesWe've introduced a reduced timetable in response to the current phase of the pandemic.
This timetable reflects reduced passenger demand, and the need for some frontline colleagues who keep our network running to follow personal NHS advice and self-isolate. The new timetable is designed to enable us to run a more resilient service, and will help prevent short-notice cancellations should more of our frontline colleagues be affected by the virus.
Throughout the pandemic we’ve continually monitored passenger numbers and responded with adjustments to our timetable. The slight reduction to services this winter will also ensure that the number of services better-meets changed patterns of demand. Where necessary, further adjustments will be made to support social distancing on busier routes as part of our safer travel pledge, to ensure that if you need to, you can travel with confidence.
Summary of the timetable changes
|Line||Current timetable – number of trains per hour||Timetable from 16 November – number of trains per hour (peak)|
|Medway Valley||1||1 (2)|
|Highspeed via Ashford||2||2|
|Highspeed via Gravesend||2||1 (2)|
This timetable will run until further notice and is available in online journey planners until Friday 11 December. We're working hard to get later dates available as soon as possible. Additional trains will be running over and above those shown in the journey planner on the Bexleyheath and Greenwich routes and will be shown from Saturday morning. Timetables and a map of the planned service frequency can be viewed at the bottom of the page.
If you're looking to travel at the weekend, unfortunately timetables cannot currently be confirmed until the Thursday prior to each weekend so please do make sure you re-check your journey before you travel.
Our teams are working hard to make sure that if you travel on our trains, you can travel with confidence. Please plan ahead and avoid travelling at busy times.
Planning a journey or buying a ticket in advance?
Advance fare booking for journeys are now available up until Friday 11 December during the weekdays and on Saturdays until 5 December and Sundays until 6 December.
How busy is my train?
Our new SeatFinder Timetables allow you to check in advance how busy your train might be, allowing you to plan ahead and travel with confidence.
Using train loading data from the previous week, you can quickly see which services are likely to be busy on your route, and which are a bit quieter.
SeatFinder timetables provides information for individual weekday services and includes most, but not all, of our trains. If there is no seat availability shown for your journey, it means information isn’t available for that train yet. We are working hard to bring you more information as soon as we can.
Tell us what you think by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
To plan a more immediate journey, SeatFinder information is also available on our Live Departure Boards and via the Southeastern On Track app.
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