RAIL USERS are being warned to be aware that there will be disruption on the Cross City Line today (Friday, June 2).
Services between Birmingham New Street and Bromsgrove and Redditch will start later, finish earlier and be less frequent.
The changes come due to industrial action by the National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT).
The first train from Bromsgrove to Birmingham New Street will be at 8.34am and the first one from Redditch will be at 8.55am.
At Alvechurch, the first train to Birmingham will be at 9am, for Barnt Green 8.40am, Longbridge 8.44am, Northfield 8.46am and Kings Norton 8.49am.
The first train from Birmingham New Street to Bromsgrove will be at 8.04am and the first to Redditch at 7.53am.
The last train to Bromsgrove from Birmingham New Street will be at 5.23pm and to Redditch the final service will be 5.53pm.
The last train to Birmingham New Street from Bromsgrove will be at 6.02pm and the last train from Redditch will be 6.40pm.
Further disruption – Saturday, June 3
The next strike day by West Midlands Railway workers takes place tomorrow when there will also be no services.
The action is being taken by The Associated Society of Locomotive Engineers and Firemen (ASLEF) union.
Those who purchased tickets for Wednesday can use them up to Monday, June 5.
Those who have purchased tickets for tomorrow and Saturday, June 2 and 3, can use their tickets today or up to and including Tuesday, June 6.