When is Tube Strike? How lengthy does the London Underground walkout final and which traces are affected?

A strike on the London Underground on Friday is more likely to disrupt widespread journey within the capital.

Transport for London (TfL) is advising individuals to keep away from touring on the Tube if attainable and solely journey on the remainder of the community if obligatory.

A serious bus walkout may also have an effect on journey within the capital, whereas rail walkouts on Thursday and Saturday disrupt companies throughout the nation – this is what you could know concerning the Tube strike.

When is Tube Strike?

The London Underground strike on Friday 19 August lasts for twenty-four hours, however there may also be some disruption to companies on Thursday night, when a rail walkout is affecting trains throughout the UK.

There will likely be no service between Wimbledon and Parsons Inexperienced and Richmond and Turnham Inexperienced from 6 pm onwards.

On Friday itself, TfL predicts extreme disruption to all London Underground traces, with little or no service all through the day and no Evening Tube.

Tube companies will resume at 8 a.m. on Saturday 20 August (Picture: AFP/Getty Photographs)

Following the strike, tube companies is not going to resume till 8 a.m. on Saturday 20 August, though most are anticipated to function usually from that point onwards.

Nevertheless, on Thursday there will likely be no service on the District line between Wimbledon and Parsons Inexperienced and Richmond and Turnham Inexperienced earlier than 8 a.m. and after 6 p.m.

No Bakerloo Line trains will run north of Queen’s Park all through Saturday.

By way of different TfL Rail companies, on Friday passengers can anticipate:

  • London Overground – Late begin. no evening overground
  • Tram – Low Service
  • DLR – Financial institution companies operating from 7 AM to six.30 PM

And on Saturday – when a nationwide prepare strike will disrupt companies throughout the UK – the next disruptions are anticipated:

  • London Overground – Diminished service between 8am and 6pm. No service after 6 pm. no evening overground
  • Elizabeth Line – lowered service
  • Tram – Low Service

Extra strikes

When is the bus strike?

Unite union members and London United workers bus drivers are additionally planning to strike Friday 19 August and Saturday 20 August.

The strike will contain greater than 1,600 staff based in west London, together with drivers from Fulwell, Hounslow, Hounslow Heath, Park Royal, Shepherd’s Bush, Stamford Brook and Tolworth depots.

The next routes will likely be affected by the motion:


  • Routes: 33, 65, 71, 85, 281, 290, 371, 481, 671, 681, K3, N33 and N65


  • Routes: 110, 117, 203, 419, E1, H22, H32, H37 and H98

hounslow heath

  • Routes: 105, 116, 216, 400, 411, 423, 635, 663, 696, 697, KU1, KU2 and KU3

park royal

  • Routes: 18, 220, 223, 224, 258, 266, 440, N18 and N266.

shepherd’s bush

  • Routes: 49, 70, 72, 94, 148, C1 and N72

Stamford Brook

  • Routes: 9, 211, 272, 283, E3, H91 and N9


  • Routes: 265, 293, 404, 406, 418, 465, 467, 470, 613, 662, 665, K1, K2, K4 K5 and S3

There will likely be no evening bus service on the affected routes even on Friday or Saturday.

TfL is advising individuals to make use of its companies provided that their journey is unavoidable.

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