The UK rail network is experiencing its worst rail disruption in a decade and many are facing delays, cancellations and cancellations of their journeys.
The National Rail Network is taking the lead in the fightback, with thousands of staff on the ground and the National Rail Council working with affected rail companies.
But it is up to rail operators to get on top of the problems, says Steve Williams, senior rail consultant at trainline and network consultancy TCS Rail.
He says: “Rail companies will have to get much tougher in their approach.
They have to be very proactive in the way they communicate about these issues.”
The National Grid rail services are still affected by the disruption and delays.
But the National Grid train service will run on time.
The Royal Mail and Post Office train services are not affected by this disruption and will continue to run on schedule.
The UK Railways’ website says that rail operators will continue working with rail operators across the UK to improve the rail network and to deliver the safest and most reliable service for customers.
The NRC has warned that many affected passengers may be unable to access trains, while some train services have experienced delays of up to 24 hours.
There have been a number of reported incidents where trains have been diverted, including in central London, and the train network has been closed.
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