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Published on : Friday, November 27, 2015
Passengers may find half of the daytime and evening express trains cancelled.
The Gatwick Express service has decided to put thirty eight trains out of service. Passengers were left to pay £19.90 one-way for the 28-mile journey – potentially waiting for 30 minutes, from the previous quarter hour. The seats will be reduced to 13,000.
There is more cancellation on the Thameslink services, which has cancelled 20 trains between London and Brighton they may also terminate in Gatwick. The rest of the trains will be making stops adding to the journey time.
There have been consistent problems in the Brighton to London Victoria line which was running late everyday in 2014. The train has now been made part of the Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR), which also runs Gatwick Express and Thameslink services on the line. Cancelling the train will add to the existing problems and will increase congestions.