Commuters across London are facing another day of travel chaos on Thursday morning as another strike by thousands of workers impacts Tube services

Rail, Maritime, and Transport (RMT) union members will walk out for 24 hours, over a dispute on jobs, pensions, and conditions. 

Transport for London (TfL) has advised people to work from home if possible as travel will be a lot busier, especially buses. 

READ MORE: London Underground strike: How to avoid the disruptions on the tube

Tuesday series saw videos of hug queue and chaotic scenes as bus and taxi ranks as people opted for other public transport systems to get to work. 

Richmond and Twickenham Times: Queues forb buses are a lot bigger than normal. (PA)Queues forb buses are a lot bigger than normal. (PA)

The RMT union decided to strike as fears of spending cuts linked to funding deals by the Government will lead to hundreds of job losses, reduced pensions, and even worst working conditions. 

Andy Lord, TfL’s chief operating officer, said: "I would ask anyone who needs to use the Tube on Thursday to check before they make their journey, consider whether they are able to work from home and use alternative modes of transport where possible.

"It’s highly unlikely there will be an Underground service running during the strike action and, if any service is provided, it will not continue into the evening.

"Services will also be severely impacted until mid-morning on Friday, March 4 because of a number of factors including the placement of drivers and trains following a day without service."

Which London Underground Lines are affected by the Tube Strikes? 

  • Bakerloo
  • Central
  • Circle
  • District
  • DLR
  • Hammersmith & City
  • Jubilee
  • London Overground 
  • Metropolitan 
  • Northern 
  • Piccadilly 
  • Victoria 
  • Waterloo & City

With many lines shut, TfL is expecting that the three open lines (DLR, TfL Ral, Tram) will also be severely affected. 

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