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As part of a row over pensions, they wil take industrial action on August 6th, 7th and 8th.
The company, which is owned by Stagecoach, said that the public will be "shocked and angry" that strikes are being planned at this time.
Strikes planned by drivers at East Midlands Trains have been called off after talks aimed at resolving a row over pensions.
Members of the Aslef union were due to strike on Saturday and next Monday.
The drivers had previously taken six days of strike action.
Aslef said constructive talks have been held with East Midlands Trains, which could end the dispute.
Rail services were disrupted today when hundreds of drivers from East Midlands Trains walked out in the first of six strikes planned for May.
The train company wants to cut the amount of money it pays into staff pension pots.
But members of the driver's union ASLEF claim it'll dramatically reduce the amount of money workers receive when they retire.
Andrew Botham, Aslef Union say they're unhappy at plans by East Midlands Trains to cut the amount of money it, and staff, pay into their pension scheme.
The company says it'll save employees around £500 pound a year in contributions.
Unions argue it's being done to boost profits for East Midlands Trains parent company Stagecoach.
Train drivers from rail union ASLEF on strike at Derby railway station over planned changes by East Midlands Trains to their pensions.
Members of the drivers' union Aslef plan further stoppages on Thursday and on May 8, 10, 15 and 17.
A reduced service will be in place today, and again on Thursday, with a replacement bus services in operation on many routes.
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East Midlands Trains says it will aim to provide as many seats as possible for people travelling to the Olympic Games.
Communications have broken down between East Midlands Trains and ASLEF, as the union confirms train-drivers will strike during the Olympics