REVEALED: Exact DATE train drivers will STRIKE in mega pay dispute as commuters face TRAVEL chaos

This is the exact date train drivers will go on strike in a big pay dispute, causing even more travel havoc for commuters.

A second strike has been called as employees and officials fail to reach an agreement on salaries.

Aslef has now announced that drivers would go on strike on September 1.

On September 2, British workers will be prohibited from working overtime.

According to Aslef, the strike will force train operators across England to cancel all services, and the overtime prohibition will “seriously disrupt” the network.

The companies affected are Avanti West Coast; Chiltern Railways; c2c; CrossCountry; East Midlands Railway; Greater Anglia; GTR Great Northern Thameslink; Great Western Railway; Island Line; LNER; Northern Trains; Southeastern; Southern/Gatwick Express; South Western Railway; TransPennine Express; and West Midlands Trains.

It will be the Aslef members’ 12th one-day walkout since the issue began over a year ago.

It comes after railway operators said last week that they would strike throughout the August Bank Holiday weekend as well as the following weekend.

RMT members have announced that 14 train operators would go on strike on August 26.

Rail unions are also protesting contentious plans to close the majority of railway ticket offices.

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