The London Tube continues to suffer strikes owing to the Management and Trade union deadlock over budgetary cuts and safety. The RMT and TSSA unions reverted to strike on the Tube starting on the evening of Sunday 28 November. The services are expected to be normal on Tuesday 30 November.
The strike if materialises, will effect the Monday morning office rush. Tube has created online tools for users to check the availability of Tube during the strike. Although, alternatives have been created, the users will still be in problems as confusions and delays will persist. If there is a perfect travel alternative comes up, why use Tube at all?
RMT says that “LUL management” has wrecked the talks and the Sunday/Monday’s strike action is ON. As per RMT release, “Former Metronet staff will not work between 19.00 hours on Sunday 28th November and 18.59 hours on Monday 29th November and all other LUL staff will not book on for shifts between 18.29 hours on Sunday 28th November and 18.28 hours on Monday 29th November.”