Most of the c2c route will enjoy a normal service throughout the weekend of 4 and 5 August, but engineering work is planned to take place between Barking and Grays via Rainham from 1810 on Saturday 4 August until close of service on Sunday 5 August.
c2c, the UK's most punctual railway, is optimistic about the implications for the route of the government's 30 year strategy for the railway, announced yesterday.
Most of the c2c route will enjoy a normal service throughout the above weekend, but engineering work is planned to take place between Barking and Grays via Rainham from 1810 on Saturday 28 July until close of service on Sunday 29 July.
c2c, Britain's most punctual railway, brought a smile to the faces of pupils from Malmesbury School when it fulfilled a promise made last year to run three special trains to Chalkwell and give the children a day out by the sea side.
Most of the c2c route will enjoy a normal service throughout the above weekend, but engineering work is planned to take place between Barking and Grays via Rainham from 1810 on Saturday 21 July until close of service on Sunday 22 July.
From Monday 16 to Thursday 19 July inclusive, however, late night engineering work will be carried out between Upminster and Pitsea via Laindon.
With average punctuality at 94.3 per cent for the 12 months ending 31 March 2007, National Express Group's c2c Rail has been confirmed as mainland Britain's most punctual railway by the latest report from the ORR (Office of the Rail Regulator).
c2c, Britain's most punctual, and now greenest, rail operator and part of the National Express Group, is supporting Thurrock Council's celebration of Green Transport Week on Wednesday 20 June.
c2c Managing Director Mark Hopwood was joined - on 19 June - by the Mayor of the Borough of Southend-on-Sea Cllr Mrs Daphne White, Councillors and invitees when the Mayor unveiled a plaque to mark the improvements to Southend Central station.
From Monday 11 June to Thursday 14 June inclusive there will be late night engineering work on two sections of the route.
On the eve of World Environment Day, c2c, part of the National Express Group and Britain's most punctual railway, announces the completion of a new initiative to dramatically reduce the power consumption of its fleet of 74 electric trains.
On Sunday 3 June engineering works will take place all day between Barking and Pitsea via Rainham, and between Southend Central and Shoeburyness and buses will replace trains between these points on the route.
c2c introduced its new weekday timetable on Monday (20 May), when 100% of morning and evening peak trains met or exceeded the punctuality target.
Guest of Honor Dr Bob Spink, MP for Castle Point, officially opened the new ticket office at Benfleet station as part of the celebrations to mark a number of improvements to the facilities offered to customers.
Train services will run on all c2c routes throughout the Bank Holiday weekend which will be free of any engineering.
Tilbury Ferry service suspended
There are a number of very positive changes to c2c's timetable, as far as Thurrock is concerned, which will take effect from Sunday 20 May.
Customers using c2c on the route between Fenchurch Street and Shoeburyness via Laindon will notice few changes from Sunday 20 May when the new timetable is introduced
The rail industry has traditionally been a family affair . Many employees followed family members into the industry, sometimes for several generations. And it appears the tradition is alive and well on c2c
The last ticket to be issued at a UK rail station from an APTIS machine has been issued at Upminster station