East Midlands Railway (EMR) is reducing its regional services from tomorrow.
The operator said it "has
become clear" the new timetable, which was introduced last month, "is not performing as well as we, or our customers, expect".
has led to short notice cancellations and difficult journeys," EMR added.
The company apologised for the disruption and inconvenience caused.
A spokesman said: "We are acting swiftly to implement changes which will improve
performance and provide a reliable experience across our network."
EMR said the reduced timetable only affects EMR Regional, with EMR Intercity and EMR Connect services to and from London unaffected.
The firm said reducing the regional timetable "will allow us to protect our most used services, such as summer services to Skegness and allow us to fix the underlying problems so we can reintroduce the full timetable".
Although there is some cloud around this morning, by this afternoon there will be a full blue sky and sunny spells, with temperatures up to 23 or 24C.
Later, we will continue to have some bright spells through the early parts of the evening and it's expected to stay largely dry and clear overnight with temperatures remaining mild at 11 or 12C.
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Delay to restrictions easing 'huge disappointment'
The East Midlands Chamber, which represents businesses in Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire, has responded to the prime minister's announcement that the lifting of lockdown restrictions has been pushed back to 19 July.
Chief executive Scott Knowles
said: “Today’s announcement that coronavirus restrictions will no longer end on
21 June is a huge disappointment to everyone and means businesses will have to stagger
on for four weeks longer than they’d anticipated.
"Without proper support, for
some this may prove to be one setback too many."
He called for enhanced support in the form of grants for businesses in the hardest-hit sectors until everything can fully re-open.
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“Every week that goes by in which restrictions are in place has a real-life impact on the owners of hospitality, events and leisure businesses in particular as they must operate significantly under capacity," he added.
“Many of these companies, already tight on cashflow, will have spent lots of money on marketing, staffing up and perishable stock in preparation for a milestone that is no longer happening."
He urged the government to extend the furlough scheme which had been due to end on 1 July and said the four-week extension must be the "final delay".