If you were planning on travelling on the London Underground today, you might want to re-plan your journey. 

Passengers are being urged not to travel on the tube following strikes by London Underground workers and members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) Union. 

Commuters are now being advised to prepare for a day of serious disruption as other travel services in the Captial will be disrupted due to the strikes

With many being extremely busy and others running on a heavily reduced timetable. 

Some hoped the strikes would be suspended following news last week that strikes across the national rail were called off the day before they were set to take place. 

However, RMT confirmed the tube strikes would still go ahead as 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."

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

What services are running on the London Underground today? 

Currently, looking at the Transport for London live updates, all underground services are suspended due to the strikes. 

This includes, the District, Bakerloo, Central, Circle, Metropolitan and Victoria lines as well as others.

Plus, other train services away from the underground are being impacted, with the DLR part suspended with no service between Shadwell and Bank due to strike action.

The London Overground with also partially suspended with no service between Liverpool Street and Cheshunt / Chingford / Enfield Town due to strikes. 

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.

You can get the latest updates on Tube services via the TfL website.