Services on Southern Railway will be at a standstill again today due to another strike by drivers in the long-running dispute over driver-only trains.
Members of the ASLEF union are striking for the third time this week, severely affecting the company's 300,000 passengers.
Southern is providing 200 buses and coaches to take passengers to nearby stations which link to other rail operators.
Southern are advising passengers not to travel unless it is essential.
Drivers walked out on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week with further strikes planned for 24th, 25th and 27th January.
Friday's strike by Southern Rail staff, along with possible heavy snow, could cause long delays for passengers
We speak to one passenger who now works from home - and the owner of a bus company who's seen an increase in business.
A school in Sussex is sending coaches to pick up children from Ashford and Hastings on Southern strike days