Who and When:
RMT members working on the London Underground are scheduled to strike on the following dates, affecting thousands of Tube staff:
- Wednesday, 4th October
- Friday, 6th October
- Saturday, 30th September
- Wednesday, 4th October
- Friday, 29th September
- Monday, 2nd October
- Tuesday, 3rd October
- Wednesday, 4th October (during the strike)
- Thursday, 5th October
- Friday, 6th October
Rail Lines and Networks Affected:
London Underground: Tube services will be severely affected or halted completely on 4th October and 6th October, with no night tube service on the latter date. Disruptions before 8 am are expected the day after strikes on 5th and 7th October. The Elizabeth Line, London Overground, and tram services remain unaffected.
Avanti West Coast: Avanti West Coast won't operate any services on Saturday, 30th September, or Wednesday, 4th October. Customers with tickets for these days can claim full refunds or use their tickets on adjacent days. Overtime bans will lead to some variations in services.
C2C: No C2C service on Saturday, 30th September, and Wednesday, 4th October. Overtime bans will reduce peak time services and off-peak frequency across all routes, while first and last trains remain unaffected.
Chiltern Railways: No Chiltern Railways services on Saturday, 30th September, and Wednesday, 4th October, with a slightly reduced service on Friday, 29th September, in preparation for the planned strike day.
CrossCountry: No CrossCountry services on Saturday, 30th September, and Wednesday, 4th October, with some services modified during overtime ban dates.
East Midlands Railway: No East Midlands Railway service on Saturday, 30th September, and Wednesday, 4th October. East Midlands has updated its journey planners for days with an overtime ban in place.
GTR (Govia Thameslink Railway): No Thameslink, Great Northern, or Gatwick Express services on Saturday, 30th September, and Wednesday, 4th October. Limited Southern shuttle service and amended timetables on the days following strikes.
Great Western Railway (GWR): GWR will operate a reduced and revised timetable on Saturday, 30th September, and Wednesday, 4th October, with many parts of the network having no service. Short-notice alterations or cancellations are expected on overtime ban days.
Greater Anglia and Stansted Express: Reduced services on strike and overtime ban days.
Heathrow Express: Fewer trains to Heathrow Airport on strike days, starting later and finishing earlier. Regular services on overtime ban days.
LNER: "Extremely limited" LNER services on strike days, with minor alterations on adjacent days.
London Northwestern Railway: No London Northwestern Railway (LNR) service on Saturday, 30th September, and Wednesday, 4th October, with buses replacing trains between Watford Junction and St Albans Abbey during overtime bans.
Northern: No Northern service on Saturday, 30th September, and Wednesday, 4th October, with no rail replacement bus services.
Southwestern Railway: An extremely limited service on some lines during strike days, with the mainland network mostly closed. Hourly service on the Island Line. Reduced services on overtime ban days.
Southeastern: No Southeastern service on any route on strike days, but a full service is expected during overtime ban periods.
TransPennine: No TransPennine Express service on any route during strikes on Saturday, 30th September, and Wednesday, 4th October, with some early morning and late evening alterations on adjacent days.
West Midlands Railway: No West Midlands Railway service on Saturday, 30th September, and Wednesday, 4th October. Reduced train services on some routes during overtime bans.
Staying Informed: Travelers are urged to check for updates on specific lines. National Rail's Journey Planner provides real-time information on service disruptions. However, please note that some information is still subject to change, so keep an eye on any updates, especially if your travel plans are on or around the strike days.
For specific details on services, visit the respective railway operators' websites.
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