Planned Engineering Works

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Engineering work is an essential part of maintaining and upgrading the rail network which we rely on every day. Find out more about engineering work and why it is essential for the reliable operation of the rail network here.

The majority of planned engineering work will take place overnight or at the weekend. You can check our online timetable for any changes to train times that may affect your journey, some of which may involve rail replacement coach services when trains are unable to run.

Major engineering works affecting the TransPennine Express network are detailed below. For more information about the Transpennine Route Upgrade, please see here.
 
Work between York and Newcastle - Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 January 2022
Work between Manchester and Sheffield - Sunday 30 January 2022
Work between York and Newcastle - Saturday 05 and Sunday 06 February 2022
Work between Manchester and Preston - Saturday 05 and Sunday 06 February 2022
Work between York and Newcastle - Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 February 2022
Work between Manchester and Preston - Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 February 2022
Work between Manchester and Preston - Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 February 2022
 
South TransPennine Route
Manchester to Doncaster, Scunthorpe, Grimsby and Cleethorpes via Sheffield

You can view this timetable here

 
North TransPennine Route
Liverpool & Manchester to Leeds, Hull, York, Scarborough, Middlesbrough and Newcastle via Huddersfield

You can view this timetable here

 
Anglo Scottish Route
Liverpool & Manchester to Lancaster, Carlisle and Scotland via Preston

You can view this timetable here

 

PLEASE NOTE:
Due to the number of timetable alterations which have been required since the COVID 19 pandemic began in March, the rail industry is currently unable to confirm amended timetables (due to engineering work) at the usual timescales. We are collectively working hard to improve this but alterations to services may only be applied in Journey Planning systems approximately 6 weeks before a train runs. More info here.

We strongly advise customers to always check their travel details before travelling to ensure the most up to date journey information has been received.

If you need to check your journey when you're out and about, use our journey check tool.


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