Train times will be changing from May
See the Timetable consultation results
To see final results of the Timetable Consultation download the document below.
New Gatwick Express, Great Northern, Southern and Thameslink timetables to download
A new timetable will be in operation on all routes from Sunday 20 May and the times of every train will change.
The timetable change will bring more trains on many routes and introduce new routes bringing direct services between new destinations as part of RailPlan20/20. See our route map for an overview of our larger network.
Network Rail have now finished loading the full timetable to journey planners so you can use these to plan your journey. Please note that alterations because of engineering work (which usually takes place over night, at weekends and on bank holidays) will not be updated until 14 days before the date of operation, so please re-plan your journey before you travel.
Alternatively, see the timetables below for the full weekday timetables.
Mondays to Fridays timetables
Important information on the introduction of the timetable
On the routes listed below, the full service will be introduced during the first three weeks of the timetable.
- Peterborough – Stevenage – London St Pancras International – London Bridge – Gatwick Airport – Horsham
- Luton – West Hampstead Thameslink – London St Pancras International – London Bridge – Greenwich – Dartford – Rainham
- Luton – West Hampstead Thameslink – London St Pancras International – Elephant & Castle – Catford – Bromley South – Orpington
- Bedford - Luton - London St Pancras International - Gatwick Airport - Brighton
Visit our timetable introduction page
Saturday and Sunday timetables
For weekend services, please continue to plan your journey using the National Rail journey planner. The times shown in journey planners are now correct, however please note that alterations because of engineering work will not be updated until 14 days before the date of operation so please re-plan your journey before you travel.