The normal rail timetable at Reigate will be restored from Monday 19 September, with improvements also to services at Redhill.
A temporary schedule has been in operation since July, in a bid to address the conductor shortage issue.
The announcement on the Southern website reads:
“From Monday 19 September we will reintroduce more trains and return the full service on the following routes:
London to Redhill, Reigate and Tonbridge (restoring the off-peak direct service between Reigate/Tonbridge and London and the off-peak fast service between Redhill and London Victoria)”
Among the services reappearing is the 0831 from Reigate to London Bridge.
Under the temporary timetable, Reigate lost a number of its direct services to the capital, meaning a change en route was more likely to be required. On 5 September many services were restored across the network but not locally.
The restored schedule remains more limited than that in place before London Bridge work began in December 2014. A consultation is expected to start shortly on the timetable from December 2018, when London Bridge work is due to finish.