Travel update: The sixth 24-hour tube strike begins – the latest updates on rail lines closed
A sixth-24 hour tube strike has begun with nine Tube lines being shut down – it’s the sixth walkout by London Underground workers this year.
Staff are striking in a row over job cuts, conditions and “detrimental” pension changes.
Transport for London has apologised and advised passengers to only travel if necessary.
It follows August’s industrial action where Tube journeys were down 90 per cent and two walkouts in June and March.
The latest updates on the Tube strikes –
- There is no service on the Bakerloo, Circle, District, Hammersmith and City, Jubilee, Metropolitan, Piccadilly and Waterloo and City lines.
- On the Central line there is a reduced service between White City, Ealing Broadway and West Ruislip
- On the Northern line a reduced service is running between High Barnet to East Finchley, Finchley Central to Mill Hill East and Edgware to Golders Green
- There is no service on the DLR between Shadwell and Bank
- There will be no London Overground services between Liverpool Street, Cheshunt, Chingford and Enfield Town
- The Elizabeth line has a good service but buses are expected to be extremely busy