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London Underground strike on 10 November to go ahead

Strike news seems to be the topic of the moment, and despite the shock news last week of the RMT calling off their industrial action at the very last minute, there are still some planned disruptions set to go ahead this week.

An RMT strike will see staff on the London Underground walk out on Thursday 10 November over ongoing disputes around jobs, pensions, and working conditions, leaving the service with ‘little or no’ trains running.

Transport for London has advised passengers not to travel if possible and warned that disruption is likely to continue into the morning of Friday 11 November, leaving rush hour potentially a little chaotic.

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The expected impacted routes are:

London Underground

  • Limited or no services running on all lines
  • Avoid travelling if possible

London Overground

  • Services are likely to be extremely busy
  • Journeys may be subject to last minute changes
  • Services may not stop at all stations, including stations shared with London underground services

Elizabeth line

  • Elizabeth line services from Reading, Heathrow, and Shenfield will connect with the central tunnels of the line
  • Services are likely to be extremely busy

Trams

  • There will be a reduced service
  • Services are likely to be extremely busy

DLR

  • Services are likely to be extremely busy
  • Journeys may be subject to last minute changes
  • Services may not stop at all stations, including stations shared with London underground services
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