Around 16 million journeys could be affected by what is expected to be the worst week of rail disruption for 30 years.
This follows a bleak December for travel with many feeling the knock-on effects of the continued industrial action.
Ross Lydall, the Evening Standard’s City Hall Editor & Transport Editor, explains the latest on the industrial action, what’s next for the talks and whether this means Londoners could be put off taking the train moving forward.
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