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Rail passengers in the East Midlands and East Anglia set to benefit from more seats from May 2021Tuesday 19th January 2021
CrossCountry is providing rail passengers in the East Midlands and East Anglia with more seats on its routes linking Birmingham with Leicester, Nottingham, Cambridge and Stansted Airport from May to reduce crowding at peak travel times, when passenger numbers recover from the coronavirus pandemic.Find out more >
Customers advised to plan their journeys and travel with confidence at ChristmasTuesday 15th December 2020
Britain’s long-distance train operator, CrossCountry, is advising its customers to book their journey early, remember to reserve a seat and check for the best times to travel this Christmas.Find out more >
Rail industry joins forces to build back a better service for passengersTuesday 27th October 2020
Long distance train company, CrossCountry, and infrastructure operator, Network Rail, are joining forces to deliver a reliable experience for rail users across the Britain’s railway.Find out more >
Newlywed key workers surprised on CrossCountryMonday 26th October 2020
CrossCountry’s Managing Director, Tom Joyner surprised a newlywed key worker couple on the way to their staycation honeymoon.Find out more >
CrossCountry resumes morning train from Chepstow and Lydney for children travelling to Gloucester schoolsFriday 16th October 2020
Following discussions with local politicians about helping children travelling to schools in Gloucester, long distance train operator CrossCountry has announced it will reintroduce stops in its morning train through Chepstow and Lydney from 2 November.Find out more >
CrossCountry welcomes new contract to keep vital services connecting Great BritainThursday 15th October 2020
Long-distance train operator CrossCountry, part of the Arriva Group, welcomed the announcement today by the Department for Transport (DfT) that it had been awarded a new three-year contract to keep operating its passenger services across Great Britain.Find out more >
Rail industry cares for community garden in Staffordshire village of HixonWednesday 14th October 2020
Building on the excellent work already started by the local community, staff from Network Rail and CrossCountry stepped in to help make the garden a fitting memorial to those who lost their lives in the rail disaster.Find out more >
CrossCountry goes further to help customers travel with confidenceTuesday 06th October 2020
Long distance train operator CrossCountry, part of the Arriva Group, has launched an innovative way for customers to familiarise themselves with a train’s interior before even arriving at a station.Find out more >
Arriva train companies tell business travellers it’s ‘Good To Go’ by railTuesday 15th September 2020
Grand Central, CrossCountry and Chiltern Railways have all gained accreditation to Visit Britain’s ‘Good To Go’ initiative, as they look to reassure passengers on the safety of train travel during the COVID pandemic.Find out more >
CrossCountry resumes normal seat reservationsWednesday 26th August 2020
Long distance train operator CrossCountry has confirmed that, from Monday 7 September, it will resume reservations for specific seats on all its trains.Find out more >