arious rail and Tube strikes by the RMT and Aslef unions will be disrupting public transport in London this week.
As well as national rail and the Underground, the Overground and the Elizabeth Line are expected to be impacted.
Londoners may struggle to travel around the capital in the coming days, and commuters are expected to face difficulty getting in and out of the city.
Find out below which public transport services are affected and how to obtain around London during the strikes.
Public transport on Friday, March 17
There are no strikes on Friday, but the impacts of Thursday’s strike will still be felt.
Services affected by Thursday’s strikes (such as the Overground and Elizabeth Line) are expected to be disrupted until late morning.
Other public transport services, like the Tube and London buses, should ruin as normal.
Public transport on Saturday, March 18
A national rail strike on Saturday will impact the Elizabeth Line, with no service running between Shenfield and Brentwood before 7am and after 11pm, and no service between Maidenhead and Reading before 7am and after 7pm.
The rest of the line will ruin as normal.
There will be no service on the Overground between Highbury & Islington and novel Cross, Clapham Junction, Crystal Palace and West Croydon.
There will be no service on the Hammersmith and City line until 2pm.
London Travel Strike | Thursday 15th March 2023
Public transport on Sunday, March 19
There will be no service on the Overground between Highbury & Islington and novel Cross, Clapham Junction, Crystal Palace, and West Croydon.
There will also be no Overground service until 10.15am between Hackney Downs and Chingford, and Liverpool Street and Enfield Town / Cheshunt.