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Northern Rail strike: are your trains affected?

Northern Rail strike: are your trains affected?

Published at 7:06am 28th April 2017. (Updated at 9:55am 28th April 2017)

Northern is expecting to run just over 40% of its normal timetable and more than 300 additional rail replacement buses today, as another 24-hour strike takes place.

Trains from Skipton to Leeds and Skipton to Settle are among services being replaced by buses.

The company says all services are expected to be extremely busy, as it is the first day of the Tour de Yorkshire cycle event.

Find details of the services that will run here.

The majority of these trains will run between 7am and 7pm, with very few running outside these times.

If your station is not serviced by a train or rail replacement bus, you may be able to catch an existing local bus service.

You may be able to use your ticket on other train operator services.

You may be eligible for Delay Repay compensation.

You will be able to use tickets on Arriva Bus services (including Yorkshire Tiger) to make journeys you would otherwise have made by rail.

To support day one of the Tour de Yorkshire, where possible, Northern is adding carriages to the services which it can operate around Middlesbrough, Whitby and Bridlington.

Members of the RMT union are striking after talks failed to break the deadlock in a safety dispute over new driver-controlled trains which are being introduced from 2020.