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Amended timetable in operation until further notice:
Travel with confidence. If you are travelling with us, please avoid peak times and use contactless to buy tickets.
You MUST wear a face covering unless exempt. £100 fines apply.
Consider others. Hidden disabilities or medical conditions may mean not everyone can.
Keeping our stations, trains and customers safe
We want you to feel safe when you travel with us, and we work closely with the British Transport Police (BTP) to help keep our stations and trains secure. You can also play an important role in keeping yourself and others safe when out and about on the network.
You can help by always keeping your luggage and personal belongings with you at stations and on board the train.
On boarding the train, it’s always good to look at the safety information, as each of our trains may be different. If you notice anything suspicious, like unattended luggage, please remember: See it, Say it, Sorted.
This campaign, led by the British Transport Police, encourages everyone using the rail network to report anything unusual either in person, to rail staff, or contact the BTP on: 0800 40 50 40 or text on 61016. In an emergency, always call 999.
You can report vandalism or damage on our trains or at our stations by informing a member of staff, pressing a help point or by contacting Customer Relations on 0345 600 1671.
We work closely with the BTP to ensure our stations and trains are safe. You'll often see them at our stations, travelling on our trains or hosting various Crime and Security events across our network, which give customers the opportunity to ask questions and learn about safety and security.
Our stations and trains are monitored by CCTV and are accredited by the Secure Station Accreditation. Our stations also have help points where you can speak to us or report any suspicious activity. All help points are covered by CCTV, so staff answering the calls will be able to see you.