Tube strike: are you striking or are you affected?
We’re interested in hearing from tube workers and commuters alike, as London is hit by industrial action over Boris Johnson’s plans for a 24-hour tube
A 24-hour tube strike is set to take place in London, starting Wednesday evening. The strike was called in a dispute over terms and conditions for the introduction of all-night train services on weekends from September. The RMT union have described Boris’ attempts to introduce the service as a “rushed and botched vanity project”, claiming that London Underground managers knew it would not be possible to run the service by the 12 September scheduled start date.
Transport for London (TfL) is advising passengers to complete their journeys by 6.30pm on Wednesday and avoid travelling at peak times on Thursday if possible.
Source: Guardian Transport
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