More reasons to travel this summer with National Express
National Express East Anglia is giving families and leisure travellers more reasons to travel during the school holidays this summer by lifting travel restrictions that usually apply in the early evening to Cheap Day Return type tickets for journeys from London Liverpool Street on Mondays to Fridays.
Commencing from Monday 27 July and continuing until Friday 28 August, Off-Peak Day Single and Return tickets and Off-Peak Day Travelcards will be valid for travel on trains departing Liverpool Street between 16.29 and 18.34, with these tickets the best choice for many leisure journeys from stations in the East Anglia region including, Bishop’s Stortford, Brentwood, Cambridge, Chelmsford, Colchester, Hertford East and Southend Victoria.
With many more people expected to holiday at home this summer and enjoy the attractions of London or the coast, National Express is playing its part in making travel simpler for families and day-trippers to take a day-out through a wider choice of available trains on which off-peak tickets will be valid.
These tickets are also not restricted at weekends and with very little planned improvement works scheduled by Network Rail in late July and most of August, there are plenty of reasons to plan days-out at weekends as well.
Andrew Goodrum, National Express East Anglia’s Customer Services Director said: “With many families expected to enjoy a day-out or short-break in London this summer, we’re pleased to be able to increase the number of evening trains on which off-peak tickets will be valid. This will help to widen the choice of trains for families and day-trippers returning from London Liverpool Street in the evening.”
Notes to Editors
This easement of travel restrictions does not apply to Off-Peak Saver tickets from London Liverpool Street.