Strikes will bring more disruption to train passengers across the Midlands this weekend, operators have warned.
West Midlands Railway and London Northwestern Railway have confirmed that no services will run on any routes on Saturday (26th November).
It comes as members of the train drivers’ ASLEF union walk out in the latest round of industrial action.
Jonny Wiseman, customer experience director for London Northwestern Railway and West Midlands Railway, said: “It is disappointing that once again our customers’ travel plans will be impacted as a result of this industrial action.
“We will not be running any trains on Saturday so passengers should not attempt to travel with us and will need to make alternative arrangements.
“Any passengers holding tickets for travel on Saturday can use them on an alternative day or receive a full refund.”
People are also being warned of late services on Friday and early trains on Sunday could also be disrupted as a result of the strike.