Strike action is due take place on West Midlands Railway (WMR) and London Northwestern Railway (LNR) services every Saturday in November and December, starting 16 November.
This means WMR and LNR will be running a less frequent service than usual on strike days with a reduced number of trains per hour and not all stops being served.
On days when industrial action is taking place, the Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) Regional Transport Coordination Centre will be in operation to provide oversight of bus, Metro and train services. The centre will also monitor the road network during the action.
During the disruption West Midland Metro will accept WMR and LNR tickets on all services and will run additional trams on Saturday 23 November to make sure West Bromwich Albion fans can reach their home game against Sheffield Wednesday on time.
nNetwork ticket holders will be able to travel on any train and bus in the West Midlands during this time.
Virgin Trains, Cross Country Trains, Chiltern Railway and Transport for Wales services are due to run a normal Saturday service but will be busier as people make their way to and from the Christmas Markets.
TfWM, part of the West Midlands Combined Authority, has issued the following advice to passengers travelling on a strike day:
Key travel advice:
More information on public transport options and journey planning advice on a strike day can be found at www.networkwm.com/railstrike.