Don’t even try to catch a train, the rail company warns, because the software will fail

TransPennine Express Alert

TransPennine experience a software malfunction (Image: PA)

Britain’s railways went into a meltdown on one of the busiest days of the year – one company has warned people not to travel.

TransPennine canceled more than 100 trains yesterday, adding that more would be scrapped today after a software glitch.

“While the problems remain, we advise our customers not to travel and to look for alternative means of transport,” the operator said.

Avanti canceled dozens of trains, blaming staff shortages, while South West Rail operated a severely reduced service to and from Waterloo.

The next strike by the railway union RMT starts on Saturday – Christmas Eve – at 6 p.m. until next Tuesday at 6 p.m.

Another two-day strikes are due on January 3rd and 4th and then January 6th and 7th. TSSA members from CrossCountry, Great Western Railway and West Midlands Trains will also disembark between December 26th and 29th.

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Justin Scacco

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