Passengers will face more disruption today as rail workers stage another strike in the row over the role of guards on trains.
Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) on Arriva Rail North will walk out on May 24th and 26th.
They're angry at plans to introduce driver-only trains.
This dispute started more than two years ago and affects five train operators in the UK.
To help keep you on the move during RMT strike action on Thursday 24 and Saturday 26 May we will run as many services as possible each day.
On Thursday, the majority of available trains will operate between 7am and 7pm as we focus on running as many trains as we can to get you into work and home again.
Meanwhile, Northern is today involved in urgent talks with the Transport Secretary over its performance record.
Police in Greater Manchester are asking motorists to avoid the M62 Westbound around the Eccles interchange.
The carriageway is down to one lane as officers deal with an overturned lorry. They're carrying out recovery work, emergency repairs, and investigating the cause of the accident.
The driver of the lorry has been removed from the vehicle and taken to hospital.
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Northern Rail say a number of services have been cancelled today due to a shortage of train drivers.
Affected services are:
- 05:19 Blackpool North to Leeds due 07:40
- 05:39 Blackpool North to Manchester Airport due 07:18
- 05:42 Manchester Airport to Preston due 06:54
- 05:45 Manchester Victoria to York due 08:06
- 06:00 Manchester Victoria to Liverpool Lime Street due 06:54
- 06:16 Crewe to Liverpool Lime Street due 08:26
- 06:21 Preston to Manchester Airport due 07:35
- 06:23 Manchester Victoria to Leeds due 07:56
- 06:47 Barrow-In-Furness to Preston due 08:06
- 07:00 Manchester Victoria to Kirkby due 08:08
- 07:15 Chester to Stockport due 08:39
- 07:28 Liverpool Lime Street to Crewe due 09:42
- 08:15 Kirkby to Manchester Victoria due 09:26
- 08:18 Leeds to Manchester Victoria due 09:43
- 09:48 Crewe to Manchester Piccadilly due 10:43
- 23:13 Blackpool North to Manchester Airport due 01:01
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