Mid Cheshire Rail Users Association

Your voice for the Manchester to Chester, Crewe to Liverpool and potentially Northwich to Crewe via Middlewich railway lines

Latest News & Events

  • MUTUAL TICKET ACCEPTANCE

    11th June 2018 - 29th July 2018

    Any customer who has a disrupted journey and holds a TOC specific ticket ....

    Read More

  • RMT STRIKE ACTION

    The RMT have announced a further three days of industrial action in June which will affect services on the Mid Cheshire Line ....

    Read More

  • NEW ROVER FROM TRANSPENNINE EXPRESS

    24th May 2018

    TransPennine Express has set up a new rover ticket, the North of England City Experience (4 in 8-day) Rover ....

    Read More

  • MAY 2018 TIMETABLE

    1st May 2018

    The new timetable starting Sunday May 20th 2018 for the Mid Cheshire Line has been published ....

    Read More

  • MID CHESHIRE LINE MUSIC TRAINS

    The Mid Cheshire Line Music Trains for 2018 have been announced .....

    Read More

  • MARVELLOUS DAYS OUT MUGS

    30th March 2018

    The CRP Marvellous Days Out mugs are now on sale at Knutsford Heritage Centre on King Street ....

    Read More

MUTUAL TICKET ACCEPTANCE

11th June 2018 - 29th July 2018

Due to the well publicised issues following the introduction of new timetables across the rail network in May, several Train Operators have agreed mutual ticket acceptance until Sunday 29th July, to assist customers travelling on disrupted journeys.

Any customer who has a disrupted journey and holds a TOC specific ticket (eg: Northern Only, TPE Only etc) for any of the below operators, may use any of these operators as an alternative, via any reasonable route.

This applies to both Advance and Walkup (Anytime, Off Peak, Season etc) tickets.

  • Northern
  • TransPennine Express
  • Virgin Trains
  • Cross Country
  • East Midlands Trains
  • Merseyrail
  • Virgin Trains East Coast (from 24th June, London North Eastern Railway)

In this instance, a disrupted journey applies when:

  • A train has been cancelled (either last minute or in advance).
  • A train is delayed and using another operator’s service would reduce the overall delay to the journey.

The customer must travel with the correct operator (and where applicable, on the booked train), if the service is not affected and is operating normally.

Back