Tube strike called for November 2nd / 3rd

TfL has confirmed that it anticipates significant disruption to London Underground services on Tuesday evening and throughout Wednesday, as a result of a 24 hour strike, called by the RMT and TSSA unions.


As ever, South East London should remain relatively unscathed. They say:

We expect all other TfL services, including London Overground, DLR and Tramlink, to run as normal, but they may be busier than usual. In addition, extra Bus and River services will be in operation. Cycling or walking may also be practical options for many.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why isn't the tube strike affecting the ELL?

Brockley Nick said...

Because it's not run by LU.

Name said...

Btw did anyone else the unusual looking support for Fire Brigade Union at Brock station this morning?

Anonymous said...

But you keep telling us the ELL is the tube...

Anonymous said...

It's not a tube strike, it's a London Underground strike.

Anonymous said...

From the top of this page:
"Tube strike called for November 2nd / 3rd"

Anonymous said...

It's a special tube.

Brockley Nick said...

It's a tube without the Tube Strikes.

The perfect form of transport.

Anonymous said...

Hi, does anyone know whether there is a tube service between London Bridge and London Paddington stations tomorrow?, as I have an interview scheduled. Would be grateful for your reply.

Anonymous said...

A group of MPs have put down a motion commending the unions striking to keep the tube safe....

BBC last night had a report of passengers having to be evacuated from a tube train led along a track through a dark tunnel.

A union spokesperson claimed it was a result of the union's actions...how is that making the tube safer?

Just have a feeling this is about money rather than concern about the public.

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