Commuters across London face another day of travel chaos on Thursday morning as another strike by thousands of workers affects Tube services.
Transport for London (TfL) has advised people to work from home if possible as travel will be much busier, especially buses.
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Tuesday’s series saw videos of queues and chaotic scenes as buses and taxis pull over as people opt for other public transport systems to get to work.
The RMT union has decided to strike amid fears of spending cuts linked to government funding deals will lead to hundreds of job losses, pension cuts and even the worst working conditions.
Andy Lord, TfL’s chief operating officer, said: “I would ask anyone needing to use the Tube on Thursday to check before making their journey, to determine if they are able to work from home and to Use alternative modes of transportation whenever possible.
“It is highly unlikely that any metro service will operate during the strike and if service is provided it will not continue into the evening.
“Services will also be severely impacted through mid-morning on Friday March 4 due to a number of factors including the placement of drivers and trains after a day without service.”
Which London Underground lines are affected by the Underground strikes?
- Blacksmith and town
- aerial london
- Waterloo & City
With many lines closed, TfL expects the three open lines (DLR, TfL Ral, Tram) to be badly affected as well.
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This notice was published: 2022-03-03 08:16:38