Sumary of Tube strike to cause travel chaos in London:
- Passengers on London’s five busiest Tube lines face “a severely disrupted service” because of a strike by members of the RMT union for 24 hours from 4.30am on Friday 26 November.
- The dispute is over driver rosters for the proposed reinstatement of Night Tube services.
- All-night weekend running was due to resume on Saturday 27 November on the Central, Jubilee, Northern, Piccadilly and Victoria lines of the London Underground (LU).
- Passengers on these lines have been warned by Transport for London (TfL) of severe disruption.
- The lines unaffected by the strike are likely to be “much busier,” according to TfL, due to passengers switching to them for journeys such as Hammersmith to King’s Cross or Waterloo to Baker Street.
- In addition, passengers on the Central and Victoria lines could be “severely disrupted” on Fridays and Saturdays from 27 November to 18 December.