Hull Trains has temporarily suspending all train services to help stop the spread of coronavirus.
The move follows Government guidance urging for people to stay at home and stop all non-essential travel.
Passengers with tickets for Hull Trains will be able to travel on alternative train services on the date and route shown on the ticket.
Louise Cheeseman, managing director of Hull Trains, said: “We have explored every avenue to try and keep trains running but sadly it is not currently financially viable to run our services. We play a vital role in the regional economy, as recognised by our local MPs, and we fully intend to resume operations as soon as we can.
We are sorry to announce that Hull Trains is temporarily suspending all train services as a result of the current travel restrictions and low passenger numbers.
We will not be running any services on Monday 30 March 2020 until further notice. (1/2) pic.twitter.com/gnaGwGepg6
— Hull Trains (@Hull_Trains) March 29, 2020
“We will continue to review the dynamic situation as it unfolds and we plan to return as a resilient train operator for the city of Hull and East Riding as soon as we can.
“All the information about this temporary measure, what this means for customers, refunds and signposting to alternative services is available on our website.”
Numbers of people travelling have dropped significantly since national guidance was issued for people to stay at home and stop all non-essential travel.
Find more information here.