A planned Tube strike will affect the Central, Piccadilly and Waterloo & City lines from Wednesday 7th November.

This will mean no service on the Central and Waterloo & City lines all day next Wednesday.

On the Piccadilly line, the strike starts later on Wednesday 7, so customers should complete journeys by 1.30pm. There will also be no service on the Piccadilly line on the morning of Thur 8th November, with trains resuming at around 3pm.

The action is being carried out by members from both Aslef and RMT on the Central and Waterloo & City lines and by RMT members on the Piccadilly line.

Further talks with both unions are planned, but should the action go ahead some stations on the Tube network will be busier than usual; all other lines will operate as normal.

TfL will have around 150 extra buses on Wednesday 7 November to help customers move around the city, and over 80 extra buses on Thursday as the Piccadilly line recovers to a normal service following the end of the action.


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One comment
  1. Andrew Gwilt says:

    Going to be a headache for people going to London to do Christmas shopping. Plus there could be more tube strikes happening next year (2019) if it’s to be planned in the new year.

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