Fresh talks are underway between Southern Rail and union leaders to try to resolve the ongoing dispute over the role of the guard.
The two sides have been meeting at the conciliation service ACAS. This week's 5-day strike has been called off but that hasn't stopped further cancellations today - although things should improve by tomorrow.
But campaigners claim the real victims of any changes will be wheelchair users who could be forced to book their travel 24-hours in advance.
Andy Dickenson investigates and speaks to rail users Esther Fox and Sam Taylor.
Southern says strike timetable will still apply tomorrow even though the strike is off.
The Government faces protests by rail workers and passengers today over the crisis at Southern Railway.
Southern strike hits tourist trade in South East, as Eastbourne businesses warn of significant damage