Rail Replacement buses will be in operation on certain days in January as work to extend the platform at Romiley railway station takes place.
The station on the Hope Valley line sees trains run between Manchester and Sheffield.
Longer trains will be able to call at the station once the platforms are extended.
The work on platforms 1 and 2 begins on the 4th of January and requires the railway bridge over Stockport Road strengthening.
Trains will not run on Saturday 8th of January between New Mills Central and Sheffield, and on Sunday 16th and 23rd January between Manchester Piccadilly and Sheffield
Stockport Road will be closed to traffic on those weekend as a large crane will be used for the project, diversionary routes will be in place for road users from Saturday night to Monday morning each weekend from 8 January to 7 February 2022
During January and February, part of the car park at Romiley railway station will be out of use and be used by workers as a site compound.
Jim Scholes, project manager for Network Rail, said: “These essential platform extensions will allow for longer trains to stop at Romiley station, while also ensuring the bridge is safe for years to come. I appreciate the road closure and diversionary route will cause some inconvenience for passengers, residents and motorists. We would like to thank everyone for their patience while we complete this major upgrade.”
Chris Jackson, regional director for Northern, said: “Whilst we will have an amended service for the Hope Valley on some Sundays during January we welcome the investment and the long-term benefits for customers. We will be running bus replacement services between Manchester and Sheffield on affected Sundays and are asking passengers to check the details of their journey on www.nationalrail.co.uk before they travel. Some of the car park at Romiley will be out of use as it is needed to allow Network Rail to complete the improvement work.”