London’s Tube service will be affected by strikes again, joining London buses and national train services in industrial action.
Seeking better protection for jobs, services, safety, and working conditions and pensions, Tube workers will strike next week, with the action affecting a few key Tube stations.
The lead-up to Christmas will also see widespread bus strikes, with more than 1,000 drivers expected to strike between now and the end of December.
Here’s when the Tube strike will take place and which stations are affected, so you can plan your travel in London ahead of time and avoid disruptions as much as possible.
When is the London Tube stations strike?
The upcoming Tube strike is planned for Friday, November 25, and will happen at some Tube stations.
If it goes ahead, the stations may open later and close earlier or at short notice. Tube trains will run as normal from other points along the line.
Which London Tube stations are affected by the strike?
According to TfL, these stations are likely to be affected:
Heathrow Terminals 2 & 3
Heathrow Terminal 4
Heathrow Terminal 5
King's Cross St Pancras
If you need to travel in or around these stations on November 25, you are encouraged to check before you travel using TfL’s online tools.