c2c line status: Minor Delays

Your on-board experience

We want everyone to enjoy their experience travelling with us so we work hard to make sure your time on board makes you as comfortable as possible.

How busy are the trains?

You can see how busy the train ares and find out which morning peak London bound trains have spare seats from a number of our busiest stations with our handy 'how busy are the trains' tool.

Quiet zones

If you're looking to travel in peace and quiet look out for the carriages with the quiet zones stickers on them. One in four of our carriages are marked as a quiet zone and these politely ask customers to put their devices on silent, avoid phone calls, and keep conversations to a minimum so if you're travelling in these carriages you can do so in peace and quiet.

Heaters and air conditioning

Heating and air conditioning on each of our trains is controlled in each individual carriage by its own on board computer. If you have a problem with the heating or air con please tweet your carriage number to @c2c_rail.

Feeling unwell

If you feel unwell whilst on a train, getting off at the next station will normally be the quickest way to get help from our station staff or an ambulance crew, if they have been called. Many of our staff are first aid trained so will be able to help you straight away or call an ambulance for you.

Cycles on trains

We welcome bicycles on our trains so long as they are stored safely and out of the way of other customers. During peak travel times we are only able to accept folding bikes on the trains. Find out more information about taking you bicycle on our route.

Keeping you safe

We work closely a dedicated team from the British Transport Police on board our trains and at stations who are there to help make sure you're safe and secure. We also have a dedicated CCTV suite which monitors stations 24/7. Find our more about how we keep you safe.

No smoking

Smoking, including electronic cigarettes, is not allowed at any c2c station or on any c2c train, except on station forecourts and in car parks.

Pets on trains

You may take up to two dogs or other small domestic animals free of charge with you onto the train.