Southeastern Passengers £2m Compensation
18 November 2016, 07:40 | Updated: 18 November 2016, 11:29
New figures show South Eastern Trains have received over £18.2 million from Network Rail for unplanned disruption in 2015/2016 Only £2.2 million of that money was paid to delayed passengers in compensation.
It comes as South Eastern has apologised after delays last night on the line were caused by poor rail conditions.
There is also going to be an amended weekday timetable until 23rd November due to poor rail conditions caused by the autumnal weather, have been forecast until early next week.
Southeastern are also running an amended weekday timetable on the following routes until end of service on Wednesday 23 November:
London to Bromley North, Orpington, and Sevenoaks via Groves Park
London to Bromley South, Orpington, and Sevenoaks via Herne Hill / Catford
Morning and evening peak trains to London are unaffected by the amendments