Despite RMT strike, more than half of normal Saturday services will be provided.(SWR Image)
Replacement bus services and ticket acceptance with a number of other bus and rail companies have been arranged.
A South Western Railway spokesperson said:
“We thank all of our customers for their patience and those guards who have worked to keep services moving during the RMT’s unnecessary summer strikes.
“We know how frustrating the RMT’s industrial action is for customers, and we are doing everything we can to minimise disruption, maximising service provision and extending trains where possible to provide additional seats.
“We continue to seek constructive talks with the RMT and have proposed a framework for these talks which would guarantee a second person with safety critical competencies rostered on all trains.”