Series of train strikes suspended but still no trains through Mansfield, Sutton and Kirkby tomorrow and Monday
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However, due to the late notice, services for tomorrow cannot be reinstated and will remain extremely limited.
A spokesman for East Midlands Railway, which operates services on the Robin Hood Line, said: “Strikes have been suspended for November 5, 7 and 9. Due to the late notice, we will still be running a reduced service on November 5 and 7. Details of the November 9 service will be available shortly.
“If you are planning to travel during this time it is important to check your journey as we will be operating a significantly reduced service on Saturday 5 and Monday 7 November.
“For services on Wednesday, November 9, please continue to check the EMR website, information in stations and social media for the latest advice and information.
“On November 5 and 7, only travel by rail if absolutely necessary and if you do.”
EMR said it was keeping its strike timetable for tomorrow and Monday, meaning a limited service across its network, such as hourly trains between Nottingham and London and no trains on the Robin Hood Line.
See eastmidlandsrailway.co.uk/rail-strike for details.
Mick Lynch, RMT general secretary, said: “The threat of strike action and our strongly supported industrial campaign has made the rail employers see sense.
“We have always wanted to secure a negotiated settlement and that is what we will continue to push for in this next phase of intensive talks.
“Our priority is our members, and we are working towards securing a deal on job security, a decent pay rise and good working conditions."
The RMT said it is continuing its re-ballot of members to secure a fresh mandate for action, with that result on due on November 15.
Mr Lynch said: “Our re-ballot remains live and if we have to take strike action during the next six months to secure a deal, we will.”