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Smart tools for autumn travel are right at your fingertips.

Whether you’re travelling five days a week or are thinking about a more flexible way of working, we can help you plan your commute so you can travel on our trains with confidence. Find out more about the extra steps we’re taking on our travel advice page.

We've got the very best ticket options and useful tools to help you commute your way, saving you time and helping you get the best value out of your ticket. Pick up a dose of caffeine and a bite to eat from the station and after your day at the office, why not head out with friends and family to enjoy an evening out, long-awaited colleague catch ups or a spot of retail therapy. 

Scroll to find space onboard with SeatFinder

SeatFinder tools are designed so you can check how busy your train is and plan your journey with confidence. So, if you’re planning your journey ahead you can use our SeatFinder timetables here or if you’re planning to travel in the next two hours, check your journey on our website Live Departure Boards or in the Southeastern app in Departures & Arrivals. 

Tap to buy the ticket to suit you

If you’re planning to travel regularly on weekdays during peak times, our clever Season Ticket Calculator will help you find the best value ticket for your journey. Simply enter your journey details and it will search for the best value ticket. 

Tickets you can buy include Flexi Season, Weekly, Monthly, Custom and Annual Season tickets, plus Anytime Day Returns.

Whoosh through autumn with our new timetable

You wouldn’t think the humble leaf could cause so much trouble. 50 million leaves fall onto our train tracks every autumn. When mixed with rain and squashed by train wheels, they form a slippery layer on the rails like black ice. Our drivers need more time to stop and start the trains as the wheels have less grip on the tracks.

So we’re making some small changes to our timetable from 10 October to keep trains running on time. Some morning trains will leave a few minutes earlier. Evening trains will leave London at the same time as usual, but some will arrive at stations along their route a few minutes later.

These timetable changes give us the extra time we need to drive the trains safely. For the latest timetable and to plan your journey, visit our timetable page
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