Are tubes open today?

Are tubes open today?

Contact us. We’re open Monday to Friday: 08:00-20:00. We’re closed on weekends and bank holidays.

Is there a tube strike in London today?

The strike is no longer ongoing, but disruption continues “while the network recovers”. Further strike action is then planned again for tomorrow. TfL has said normal service should resume by mid-morning today. You can check the status of your Tube line below – more information can be found on the TfL website.

Does the Tube strike affect trains?

Services will be running on London Overground, TfL Rail, DLR, London Trams and National Rail but services will be busier than usual. If you are using services from stations also served by the Tube, check before you travel for possible station closures.

Why are Tube drivers striking?

RMT general secretary Mick Lynch said: “Our members will be taking strike action next week because a financial crisis at London Underground Limited has been deliberately engineered by the government to drive a cuts’ agenda which would savage jobs, services, safety and threaten their working conditions and pensions.”

What time does the Tube open?

London Underground trains generally run between 5am and midnight Monday to Saturday. Operating hours are slightly reduced on Sunday. Night Tube trains run on some lines throughout the night on Fridays and Saturdays.

Is the Central line running today?

No disruptions There are no reported disruptions at any .

Is central line running OK today?

Will the London Underground run during a tube strike?

Transport for London (TfL) said it expects severe disruption across all Tube lines on strike days, with it “highly likely no London Underground services will run”. It advised that stations will be closed, with “little or no service across the network”.

When are the tube strikes in March?

As we reported last week, a network-wide tube strike takes place on Tuesday 1 and Thursday 3 March. TfL has warned of “severe disruption across all Tube lines, with stations closed and little or no service across the network”.

How many tube stations are closed during the latest strike?

Commuters travelling home from work face continued severe Tube disruption as the latest strike action closes almost all lines, and dozens of stations. By 5pm, at least 20 Tube stations were still listed as closed and all but three lines fully suspended, forcing rush hour commuters onto buses, trains and into taxis to get to work.

What are the Night Tube strikes and when do they happen?

The separate Night Tube strikes, which centre on a dispute over Tube driver rota changes, affect the Victoria and Central Lines overnight every weekend until June. They start from 8.30pm on Friday, March 5, to 8.30am on Saturday, March 6, and restart from 8.30pm on Saturday to 8.30am on Sunday, March 7.