As thousands of workers across a number of services are set to take strike action this week, many travel services are expected to be severely disrupted. 

Leading to a backlash impact on London services including the London Overground, Bakerloo Line and District Lines. 

However many are asking if the new Elizabeth Line will also be affected by the strikes. 

According to the Transport for London website it does seem like the Elizabeth Line will be heavily impacted. 

Is the Elizabeth Line running during November strikes?

The line will run under a limited timetable with many of the services journeys changed during the strikes. 

The West (Paddington-Reading/Heathrow) have a very limited service between Paddington and Heathrow/Reading, as well as Heathrow service only, runs to Terminal 4 and trains will terminate at Paddington. 

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The Central (Paddington-Abbey Wood) will have a normal service before 5pm, after that it will have a reduced service. 

Plus the East (Liverpool Street-Shenfield) service will have a very limited Liverpool Street-Shenfield service with trains terminating at Liverpool Street. 

You can check the full timetable via the TfL website.