What are the dates of January 2023 train strikes?

This year’s calendar has been packed with train strikes dates and unfortunately, it seems January 2023 will be no different. People traveling are worried that the actions could impact their Christmas plans.

Rail, Maritime and Transport Union has declared that it will continue industrial action with a series 48-hour strike.

The walkouts will be attended by more than 40,000 Network Rail members and 14 companies. Evening Standard reports.

There will be four periods of strike action taking place between December and January, which will impact Christmas travel.

What are the dates for January 2023 train strikes?

Rail strikes dates for the beginning of 2023 will include January 3, 4, 6 and 7.

Network Rail Due to engineering work, no trains will run between London Liverpool Street Station and December 25, 2012, according to the announcement.

Are there any train strikes planned for November 2022 and December 2022

Train strikes are also expected in the lead-up to Christmas. This is likely to cause major disruption.

Members of the ASLEF, the train drivers’ union, are planning to strike on November 2 when train drivers from 12 operators are set to walk out.

Avanti West Coast will strike along with Chiltern Railways and CrossCountry.

On December 13, 14, 16 and 17, members of the RMT plan to take industrial action. The strikes will take place across 14 major railway operators.

Avanti West Coast services may be affected in a separate dispute by strike action December 11-12.

What are the reasons for striking transport workers?

Other Transport Unions may plan strikes for various reasons, but one thing is certain: pay.

As per TimeOut, members of the ASLEF union recently walked out because they have experienced a real-terms pay cut over the past three years due to inflation and rising living costs.

The RMT is striking in response to an ongoing dispute over working conditions, job security and pay. Meanwhile, members of Unite the union said that they’d not received a pay increase for three years.

The TSSA (Transport Salaried Staffs’ Association) said that it had not received assurances over job security and working practices.

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