EMR services will be “significantly reduced” tomorrow (Friday) and Saturday, the Alsager train operator has said.
Passengers should ensure they check the time of their last return train before travelling, and those who intend to use EMR and another operator to complete their journey, should check to see if that trip can still be completed.
During the strike days, customers are advised to travel only if “absolutely necessary”.
Timetables for all services are now on journey planners.
Will Rogers, managing director for East Midlands Railway, said: “As a result of strike action being taken by Unite the Union, we will be operating a significantly reduced service on Friday and Saturday.
“The impact of industrial action has specifically affected the operation of our train depots and reduces our ability to run our normal timetable.
“We are advising customers to plan ahead and only travel by rail if absolutely necessary on strike days. Customers are also strongly advised to check when the time of their last train is before setting off, understand how the strike action affects their whole journey and take note of the impact of planned engineering works.
“More detailed advice, including daily travel information, is available on our website.”
EMR regional changes include one train an hour between Crewe and Nottingham (slightly reduced service between 6am and 10pm).