Tube strike: services will still run on Piccadilly, Central and District lines

Tube strike: services will still run on Piccadilly, Central and District lines

Tube strike: services will still run on Piccadilly, Central and District lines

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EALING residents will be affected tomorrow as the RMT and TSSA unions plan Tube strike action from 9.30pm.

The strike is scheduled to take place on February 4, 5 and 6, with services returning to normal on Friday.

There will be Central Line trains between West Ruislip and White City every 15 minutes in both directions.

However, no Central Line service will run from Ealing Broadway.

This will cause disruption to any commuters who travel into London from West Acton.

District Line trains will run between Ealing Broadway and High Street Kensington around every 20 minutes in both directions.

They will also run between Wimbledon and Upminster every eight minutes in both directions, for those looking to change at Earl's Court.

The Piccadilly Line will operate between Acton Town and Heathrow Terminals 1, 2, 3 around every ten minutes in both directions.

No Piccadilly Line services will run from Uxbridge to the central area. This will affect travel from Park Royal, North Ealing, Ealing Common and Acton Town.

A Transport for London statement said: “Those members of London Underground staff who are on duty during the strike, alongside other public transport workers, including TfL Ambassadors and volunteers, will be doing their very best to keep London moving and open for business.”

TfL advise customers to plan an alternative route or method of transport in advance of the strikes.

The DLR, London Overground and other rail services will be operating as normal.

Buses and river bus services will also be running, with extra services.

During the strike you can get regular updates at www.tfl.gov.uk or by following TFL twitter accounts: @TfLTravelAlerts @TfLTrafficNews @TfLBusAlerts You can also follow your particular line - e.g. @centralline

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