Supporters attending our forthcoming home fixtures against Bournemouth and Manchester City are recommended to read the following information regarding train services.
Bournemouth – Tuesday 27 December, 5.30pm
Strike action on National Rail services is taking place between 24 December at 6pm and 27 December at 6am, the morning of the game.
There will be severely reduced rail services, with the lines that are running starting much later than usual. Supporters are urged to check their route to the Bridge on National Rail before they travel.
On South Western Railway, there will be a severely reduced service with a late start-up from midday, with some first trains departing much later. The lines open are:
Four trains per hour in each direction between London Waterloo and Woking
Two trains per hour in each direction between London Waterloo and Basingstoke
Two trains per hour in each direction between London Waterloo and Southampton Central
Four trains per hour in each direction between London Waterloo and Windsor & Eton Riverside
One train per hour in each direction between Southampton Central and Weymouth
One train every two hours between Basingstoke and Salisbury (on alternate hours to the Basingstoke to Exeter service)
One train every two hours between Basingstoke and Exeter St Davids (on alternative hours to the Basingstoke to Salisbury service)
For supporters planning on driving to the game, please take note of the parking restrictions on 27 December, which is a bank holiday:
In Hammersmith & Fulham controlled areas, usual parking restrictions and charges apply in Zones CC & G. Parking is free in shared use, resident and pay and display bays in all other parking zones throughout Hammersmith & Fulham. Other parking restrictions (including yellow lines, disabled bays, pedestrian crossing zig-zag markings, bus stops and diplomatic parking bays) also still apply.
In Kensington and Chelsea controlled areas, pay-by-phone parking bays are free (includes Holland Park off-street car park), and restrictions do not apply to resident permit bay parking. There will be no enforcement of cars parked on single yellow lines, unless a vehicle is causing an obstruction to the flow of traffic.
Man City - Thursday 5 January, 8pm
ASLEF union strikes are now planned for Thursday 5 January, in addition to RMT union strikes on Wednesday 4 January and Friday 6 January.
South Western Railway and Southeastern are two of the 15 rail companies affected, with exact details of services running still to be confirmed.