Timetable changes Northern Line Saturday 2nd July
Due to an ongoing fault with the signalling system in the Moorfields area, it is likely that Kirkby line services will terminate and start back at Sandhills tomorrow (Saturday 2nd July).
Customers wishing to travel beyond Sandhills on the Kirkby line should change at Sandhills for all destinations.
Please also allow extra time for your journey if you are travelling on the Southport/Hunts Cross or Ormskirk line tomorrow as there are likely to be minor residual delays on all Northern lines.
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Paper Season Ticket CompensationShare
If you have a paper season ticket, and your journeys are sometimes delayed or trains cancelled, you will be entitled to compensation if our service has dropped below the standards set out in our Passenger Charter during the period your ticket is for. The compensation will be equal to a percentage of the cost of your ticket.
If you have a Merseyrail Only Railpass which you purchased online please view the process for claiming compensation here.
Weekly Railpass Tickets
If you hold a weekly Railpass ticket you will be entitled to a percentage of the cost of the ticket.
Season and Trio Tickets (valid one month or longer)
If, over the period of your ticket covers, our average performance has been between 91.9% and 90% of our targets as set out in the Passenger Charter, we will give compensation equal to 5% of the cost of your ticket.
If our average performance falls below 90% of our targets, we will give you compensation equal to 10% of the cost of your ticket.
Please visit our Passenger Charter page for the latest performance figures.
How to claim
To claim compensation, please print off and fill in the Refund Application for Season Ticket Holders Form and take it with the expired Season Ticket to any staffed Merseyrail station, or post the form and ticket to:
Freepost Merseyrail Customer Relations
You do not need to use a stamp.