Published: 08:18, 01 July 2020
| Updated: 08:20, 01 July 2020
Bosses at Southeastern have announced it will ramp-up the number of services on many routes next week.
The operator - which serves Kent - have also warned passengers train times will change.
It comes after the number of services were reduced to ensure vital ones for essential workers could keep running throughout lockdown.
The government previously advised with social distancing measures there was only space for 1 in 10 passengers on the railway.
There will be more frequent services starting from next Monday.
People are still advised to only take public transport if they have no other option - and to consider cycling or walking instead.
They have also been told the plan ahead to avoid peak hours, pay contactless or online, maintain social distancing and to wear a face covering.
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