Tube stations throughout London are closed at present as London Underground staff stage a 24-hour stroll out.
Transport for London (TfL) has suggested clients to keep away from journey on the complete community, warning of extreme disruption throughout all traces for the whole lot of Tuesday 21 June.
Which days and occasions will Tubes be affected?
In a press release concerning the strikes, TfL stated: “TfL providers and nationwide rail shall be affected by strikes from Tue 21 to Solar 26 June.”
This takes under consideration not simply the London Underground stroll out (from midnight on 21 June till midnight on 22 June), however wider disruption brought on by UK-wide rail strikes as 40,000 rail staff take part in industrial motion on 21, 23 and 25 June.
Which means most journeys throughout Tuesday 21 June on the TfL community shall be off-limits, but additionally covers TfL’s again for the opposite six days of the week, when RMT members of employees could also be on strike.
Tuesday 21 June: 00.00 to 23.59
Tuesday is the day that the majority London Underground traces are out of motion, with Overground and Elizabeth Line additionally disrupted (although with a decreased service).
The strike formally started at midnight on Tuesday morning and ends at midnight on Wednesday morning.
Nevertheless, TfL has warned that it expects the chaos to spill into the morning of Wednesday 22 June.
Wednesday 22 June: Disruption till at the least mid-morning
In anticipation of knock-on results from Tuesday’s strike motion, TfL has warned that there shall be ongoing disruption till at the least mid-morning on Wednesday.
No providers will run till 8am on the earliest on Wednesday. There can even be an formally decreased service on the Overground and Elizabeth Line till mid-morning.
TfL advises: “Keep away from making Tube journeys till mid-morning – disruption is more likely to proceed”.
Which London Underground traces are affected?
TfL says that, on Tuesday: “Most TfL and nationwide rail providers shall be severely disrupted or not working, together with:
- The Tube
- The Elizabeth Line
- The Overground
- London Trams”
All Tube traces are partly or absolutely suspended, whereas the London Overground is working a decreased timetable till 6.30pm. The Elizabeth line is working a decreased service and has extreme delays.
TfL additionally warns that “buses, the DLR and another providers that are working shall be extraordinarily busy with queues to board”. TfL bosses say that when you completely should journey on the community, intention to have completed your journey earlier than 6pm on Tuesday.
What about the remainder of the week?
Disruption can be anticipated on the TfL-operated London Overground and Elizabeth Line between Thursday 23 and Sunday 26, amid the broader UK rail strikes.
TfL says it is going to function a “decreased service on the London Overground and Elizabeth line (the place TfL makes use of nationwide rail belongings) in addition to elements of the Tube on Thurs 23 and Sat 25 June.”
It has introduced that on Thursday 23 and Saturday 25 June, London Overground providers will run a decreased service from 7.30am to 6pm.
For these enjoying it protected, TfL additionally warns that “disruption following strikes [is] doubtless on the Tube, Elizabeth line and London Overground on Friday 24 and Solar 26 June”.
Mornings are predicted to be worst affected, with TfL bosses advising passengers to “keep away from travelling on the Overground earlier than mid-morning” on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.