Are subways running this week amid train strikes?

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Due to the national rail strikes, some disruptions are possible. (Image: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire)

Travel chaos is raining down on Britain once more Transport strikes will take place in December and January 2022.

Nationwide rail strikes will take place over the next two months as the dispute between the Rail Delivery Group and rail unions escalates.

Although Travel for London (TfL) Tubes officially runit is still possible that some journeys will be interrupted.

This is because National Rail operates some parts of the subway lines.

When are the national rail strikes?

Train strikes are taking place today Tuesday 13.12.

Tomorrow there will also be train strikes (Wednesday 14.12), Friday (December 16th) and Saturday (December 17th).

The full list of rail strike days in December and January is as follows:

Train strike dates in December and January

  • Tuesday, December 13, 2022
  • Wednesday 14 December 2022
  • Friday 16 December 2022
  • Saturday 17 December 2022
  • Saturday, December 24, 2022 (Christmas Eve, from 6 p.m.)
  • Sunday 25 December 2022 (Christmas Day)
  • Monday, December 26, 2022 (Boxing Day, to Tuesday, December 27, 6 a.m.)
  • Tuesday, January 3, 2023
  • Wednesday, January 4, 2023
  • Thursday, January 6, 2023
  • Friday, January 7, 2023

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The TfL website states: “Strikes will affect national rail services across the country. Most TfL services, including most of the Tube, continue to operate.’

“However, there will be some disruption when the route is operated by Network Rail.”

Where could there be disturbances underground?

On the nationwide strike days, it is possible that there will be disruptions in parts of the company District and Bakerloo Linesas well as on the London Overground and Elizabeth Line.

Transport for London warns that it’s important to plan your journey in advance during strike action to minimize the chance of delays.

On the days following strikes it is possible to experience disruption to services early in the morning, but this should be corrected by late morning.

For detailed information on how strike action could affect TfL services, please visit the official page dedicated to strike updates.

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