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Check before travelling ahead of tube strikes

  • April 3, 2024
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Check before travelling ahead of tube strikes

Check before you travel as planned strike action by the ASLEF union is expected to impact Tube services on Monday, 8th April, and Saturday, 4th May. Visit this website for the latest information. TfL says that it will operate as much of the network as possible, but it is currently expecting the following service if the strike goes ahead:

On Monday 8th April, severe disruption is expected, with little or no service expected on some lines, and Tube services will start later than normal on Tuesday, 9th April, with a good service expected by mid-morning.

On Saturday, 4th May, severe disruption is expected, with little or no service expected on some lines, and Tube services will start later than normal on Sunday, 5th May, with a good service expected by mid-morning.

While you will still be able to travel on London Overground, Elizabeth line, DLR, Tram and IFS Cloud Cable Car services, there may be some last-minute changes, and TfL expects these services will be much busier than usual and queuing systems may be in place. TfL advises to check before they travel.

London buses are also expected to operate normally during this planned strike action, but customers should leave more time for their journeys as it is expected that many routes will be extremely busy.

Walking or cycling may be quicker for some journeys and planning tools are available to plan walking journeys. Santander Cycles will be available, with teams ensuring that bikes are distributed at key locations according to demand. Rental e-scooters are also available to hire in some London boroughs.

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