This morning, commuters across London, Kent and East Sussex travelled to work using services operating to our new timetable.
Examples of fun stories of commuting on Southeastern railways. To tie in with the DVD launch of The Commuter. As told by Southeastern Railway employees.
Southeastern launches a new timetable on Sunday May 20, with passengers being reminded to check major changes to train times now. There will be more services and new journey opportunities for many stations.
Southeastern have matched local school boy, Harrison Willock’s, fundraising efforts, by donating an additional £268.47 to North Kent Mind, an independent mental health charity.
Southeastern is encouraging passengers to check for changes to their journeys from next month with a brand new timetable being introduced from Sunday May 20. The new timetable is now available on the Southeastern website, journey planners and in timetable booklets at stations.
At Southeastern, we’re committed to diversity and inclusion in our workforce, and are working hard to improve the gender balance at all levels within our business.
Do you need a seat on the train, but don’t want to ask someone else to give up their seat? Southeastern has already issued hundreds of Priority Seating Cards – but wants as many as possible of its passengers who have a need for a card to apply for one.
On March 21, Southeastern introduced a Ticket Machine Price Guarantee, which means that, if you purchase a ticket from one of our ticket vending machines (TVMs), but find that you’re then able to find the same ticket elsewhere for a lower price, we’ll refund the difference.
Southeastern and Network Rail have today (23 March) confirmed the remit and scope of their joint, independently-chaired investigation into disruption to rail services in the Lewisham area, following severe weather on Friday 2 March.