Rail companies will slash one in ten services as post-lockdown passenger ...

Rail companies will slash one in ten services as post-lockdown passenger numbers plummet Some trains on hourly services will now be cut to running every two hours  Operators are focusing their resources on commuter and school services  Sundays will be hardest hit, operating at 76 per cent of the normal timetable 

By Nicole Conner For Mailonline

Published: 18:00 BST, 6 September 2020 | Updated: 18:00 BST, 6 September 2020

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Britain's rail companies will slash one in ten services as post-lockdown passenger numbers plummet. 

The new autumn train timetables will be phased in from today with services operating at 10 per cent below the levels before the pandemic.

This will leave passengers with longer wait times and see trains that ran hourly cut to running every two hours.  

Britain's rail companies will slash one in ten services with the new autumn timetable as post-lockdown passenger numbers plummet

Britain's rail companies will slash one in ten services with the new autumn timetable as post-lockdown passenger numbers plummet 

Operators are focusing resources on commuter and school services, meaning evening and weekend trains will be hardest hit, according to The Sunday

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