Earlier this week, planned National Rail strikes were suspended, seeing Transport for London services no longer impacted. 

However, the plans for Tube strikes are still set to go ahead this week. 

Meaning commuters across London are set to meet serious delays as there will be very limited to no Tube services running throughout the day.

With planning ahead and making sure you're informed and advised, we've rounded up everything you need to know ahead of the strikes. 

When are the Tube strikes this week?

The strikes are expected to take place on Thursday, November 10. 

They will last from the earlier morning and could have a knock-on effect on trains the following day. 

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Why are the tube workers on strike? 

Tube workers have taken strike action over an ongoing dispute over pay, pensions and working conditions. 

However, Rail Maritime and Transport union General Secretary Mick Lynch has explained further reasons for the strikes, saying: "The dishonesty of Network Rail bosses has reached a new low in this national rail dispute.

"On the one hand, they were telling our negotiators that they were prepared to do a deal while planning to torpedo negotiations by imposing unacceptable changes to our member's terms and conditions.

"Our members are livid with these duplicitous tactics, and they will now respond in kind with sustained strike action."

What tubes will be running during the strikes? 

On the Underground service, there will be very little to no services running with advice urging customers to find alternative travel methods. 

The lines affected by the strikes are: 

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

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Will the Elizabeth Line be running during tube strikes?

The newly opened Elizabeth Line will be running on Thursday but is expected to be extremely busy. 

Plus the services from Reading, Heathrow, and Shenfield will connect with the central tunnels of the line.

Will the London Overground be running during tube strikes?

TfL has said the Overground will be subject to last-minute changes, including not stopping at some stations shared with London Underground.

Services on the line are also expected to be extremely busy. 

You can find out more information via the TfL website.