TfL Tube strike – live: Disruption to continue across London until mid-morning on Wednesday

Nearly all of rail and Tube traces are set to be hit this morning by the knock-on results of Tuesday’s strike.

Travellers have been suggested to keep away from travelling the place potential till about midday.

It is because transport employees, akin to signallers and management room officers, won’t be working their in a single day shifts as a part of the economic dispute involving about 40,000 RMT union members over pay, jobs, and situations.

Solely 60 per cent of trains might be working, primarily as a result of delay to the beginning of morning providers.

Throughout the stike on Tuesday, stations that may normally be filled with commuters had been almost abandoned. On account of the strikes, the roads noticed extra visitors and passengers on buses.

On the rail community, extra strikes are scheduled for Thursday and Saturday.


Good morning. Welcome to our stay protection of the disruption to Tube and rail providers anticipated at present.

Lamiat Sabin22 June 2022 05:00


Extra journey disruption on Tube and rail at present

The consequences of yesterday’s Tube and rail strikes are to trigger extra journey disruption at present.

No London Underground providers might be working till after 8am, Transport for London (TfL) mentioned.

TfL has suggested folks to keep away from travelling earlier than the afternoon because the Tube, London Overground, and Elizabeth line can have a decreased service within the morning.

The delay to the beginning of providers is because of signallers and management room officers not working their in a single day shifts as a part of the economic dispute.

On the rail community, solely 60 per cent of trains might be working.

Individuals are suggested to verify the standing of their route earlier than travelling.

About 40,000 RMT union members have taken industrial motion over pay, job cuts, and situations.

Lamiat Sabin22 June 2022 05:30






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