Donors are urged not to travel tube Next Tuesday and Wednesday, there will be extensive industrial activity on the network.
Transport in London (TfL) said the strike would cause serious disruption to all subway lines.
Individual industrial activities throughout the UK rail network are also expected to cause confusion for commuters. Conflicts are intensifying over wages, jobs and conditions as the Transport Salary Association (TSSA) announces more strike votes at railroad companies on Wednesday, increasing the threat of a prolonged summer of turmoil.
TfL said that if the strike goes on, “serious disruption or no service” is expected on all subway lines on Tuesday and service will not be available by 8 am Wednesday.
They urged customers not to travel until the morning on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, Londoners seeking to use the underground service running on Tuesday are being urged to complete their journey by 6 pm.
As a result of the strike, bus services are likely to be “very busy,” they said.
TfL advised those who wish to travel to consider walking or cycling.
Meanwhile, strikes across the UK rail network are also expected to disrupt TfL services, including the London Overground.
Discounts will be available on June 21, 23 and 25 on the London Overground and the newly opened Elizabeth line.
The turmoil of railroad strikes across the country also affects customers in the mornings when strikes are not planned, such as Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday.
While RMT strikes continue on Nighttube, TfL states that there are at least three trains operating per hour on the Victoria and Jubilee lines. On the Chuo Line, there are at least two regular trains per hour.
Andy Lord, TfL’s chief operating officer, said most of the subway stations will be closed next week and services will not be implemented.
“Tube alternatives can be much busier than usual, and the serious turmoil caused by this strike is expected to continue until Wednesday morning, June 22. What impact does this have on people’s journeys? I’m very sorry, “he said.
“This strike, which happened shortly after the strike earlier this month, was particularly frustrating, no pension changes were proposed, and no one would lose their jobs as a result of the proposals we offered.
“We are urging RMT and Unite to stop this strike and work with us to find a solution and avoid the great turmoil that this action will bring to people’s journeys and our economic recovery.”
TfL said it met with RMT and union officials on Wednesday but was unable to resolve the wage and pension dispute.
They denied the claim that they wouldn’t hire 500 to 600 posts when seats became vacant.
The RMT called for a meeting between Transport Minister Grant Shapps and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, and union secretary-general Mick Lynch accused the Treasury of “calling for fire” and railroad employers reached a negotiated settlement. Did not allow.
Network Rail CEO Andrew Haines denied the claim, saying the Treasury had set up a financial framework.