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Passengers travelling on East Midlands Trains services tomorrow (18 January) and over the coming weekend (19 and 20 January) have been advised to check ahead of travel after forecasters predicted severe weather conditions with an estimated 5 to 15 cm of snow on parts of the East Midlands Trains network.
There are a number of different ways passengers can find information about their East Midlands Trains service:
East Midlands Trains has comprehensive contingency plans in place to help prepare for the potential impact of the predicted snow and freezing conditions. These plans include:
Neil Micklethwaite, Customer Service and Commercial Director for East Midlands Trains, said: “Whilst we are hopeful of running our full service tomorrow, we are conscious that some very severe weather conditions have been predicted, with snow and sub-zero temperatures.
“We put a huge amount of planning into preparing for the bad weather to keep our services running for customers. However, as with any form of transport, there are times when it will have an impact on the service we can operate. As with the roads, airlines and ferries, we can never fully insulate our operation from the effects of the most extreme conditions.
“We’d therefore advise our passengers to keep check of how local their transport services are running. We’ll be providing up to date information on our website and through Twitter so passengers can easily find the latest service updates before they travel.”