Advice for customers making future travel plans
Network Rail has to make late changes to timetables to be introduced from 20 May.
If you wish to purchase Advance tickets and/or travel after that date, train times will be confirmed later than usual.
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We want you to feel safe and secure when you are travelling with us and all of our on-board teams take part in our customer service training programmes so that they can confidently and safely deal with a range of situations and circumstances.
However, sometimes things are more serious and more help is needed. This is when British Transport Police (BTP) should be contacted.
Always dial 999 when you need an urgent police response such as:
You can text BTP on 61016 to report non-emergency incidents.
The text number is monitored 24/7 and, while it is not for reporting emergencies, BTP will send officers if required.
Text 61016 (or call 0800 40 50 40) when you want to contact BTP about an issue that doesn't require an emergency response. For example, you can text when:
If your enquiry concerns buses or roads, you can contact local police anywhere in the country by dialing 101.
Your mobile service provider may issue a small charge to text 61016. The exact cost will depend on your network and tariff.
British Transport Police is the police service for Britain's railways, helping the nation's travelling public get home every day safe, secure and on time. BTP also polices the London Underground, Docklands Light Railway, the Midland Metro tram system, Croydon Tramlink, Sunderland Metro, Glasgow Subway and Emirates AirLine. Six million people use the rail network every day and they are there to keep you safe and help you feel secure on your journey.