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CrossCountry appoints Mark Goodall as Service Delivery DirectorWednesday 06th April 2022
Britain’s largest long-distance operator, CrossCountry, has announced the appointment of Mark Goodall as Service Delivery Director.Find out more >
CrossCountry and Britain’s train operators offer free travel for Ukrainian arrivalsFriday 18th March 2022
Alongside other rail operators will provide free onward train travel for Ukrainians on arrival in the UK. We are working together to provide support to Ukrainian arrivals by offering free onward travel to their final destinations in Britain.Find out more >
‘Let’s get back on track' –the rail industry welcomes commuters and business travellers backWednesday 02nd March 2022
The campaign which primarily targeted leisure travellers, ran from August –October 2021, saw an average of 15% of people buying a ticket and an average recall of 54%.So, with journeys at 65% of pre-pandemic levels and car usage at 87% after Omicron, the rail industry sees a strong opportunity for a second wave of the campaign, this time with a greater emphasis on business travellers and commuters and the benefits of Rail vs CarFind out more >
CrossCountry welcomes RMT decision to call off strikesFriday 18th February 2022
Britain’s largest long-distance train operator, CrossCountry, has welcomed the decision by the Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers Union (RMT) to call of their planned strikes on Saturday 19 February and Saturday 5 March.Find out more >
CrossCountry confirms strike action will affect services on Saturday 19 February and Saturday 5 MarchMonday 14th February 2022
CrossCountry has confirmed its services will be impacted due to planned strike action by the RMT (The National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers). The union has instructed its members not to work on Saturday 19 February and Saturday 5 March, which means many CrossCountry services will be cancelled on those days.Find out more >
Check before you travel: CrossCountry introduces changes to keep people movingWednesday 19th January 2022
CrossCountry introduces timetable changes between Cardiff and Gloucester in response to staff absence due to the Omicron variant and lower passenger numbers as people work from home. Passengers asked to check before they travel.Find out more >
CrossCountry introduces changes to keep people movingTuesday 11th January 2022
CrossCountry introduces timetable amendments between Birmingham and Stansted Airport in response to staff absence due to the Omicron variant and lower passenger numbers as people work from home.Find out more >
CrossCountry confirms strike action will affect services over festive periodFriday 24th December 2021
CrossCountry has confirmed its services will be impacted over the festive period due to planned strike action by the RMT (The National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers).Find out more >
Women’s Aid launches Rail to Refuge impact briefingFriday 03rd December 2021
The Rail to Refuge scheme offers free train travel to women, children and men fleeing domestic abuse, who have been given an offer of a place in refuge.Find out more >
CrossCountry partners National Railway Museum to help deliver its Vision 2025Wednesday 29th September 2021
CrossCountry is proud announce its renewed corporate partnership with the National Railway Museum.Find out more >