What time does the tube strike start and end and which lines are affected?
A serious rail strike will happen throughout the UK as members of the RMT rail union at Community Rail and 13 prepare operators stroll out over three days.
The motion over pay and situations will see 24-hour walkouts on 21, 23 and 25 June.
London Underground and different Transport for London (TfL) companies can even be affected from the beginning of service on Tuesday 21 June till mid-morning on Wednesday June 22.
Right here’s every part you might want to learn about what companies are working and when:
Staff are hanging throughout London’s underground, overground and tram community on Tuesday.
TfL has warned most of its companies will likely be severely disrupted or not working in any respect on at the present time.
It stated this contains all the Tube community, in addition to the London overground, Elizabeth Line and trams.
No tube companies are anticipated to run earlier than 8am on Wednesday, with disruption more likely to proceed till mid-morning.
TfL additionally stated the Elizabeth Line and London overground will see lowered service till mid-morning.
Thursday till Sunday
Whereas London-specific strikes can have completed, TfL is predicting disruption from ongoing nationwide strikes to spill over into the capital’s transport community.
It advised travellers to count on lowered service on the London Overground and Elizabeth line – the place TfL makes use of nationwide rail belongings – on Thursday and Saturday.
This is able to even be the case on elements of the Tube, it stated with out singling out any traces specifically.
TfL stated the overground, Elizabeth line and Tube would seemingly expertise disruption on Friday and Sunday effectively, following on from nationwide strikes the day earlier than.