how to get around tomorrow by buses, electric scooters and more – .

passengers warned of “serious” disruptions in the underground from Friday – .

The London Underground strike began on Friday morning, causing dismay among travelers and Christmas shoppers.

The union said new shifts are being imposed on staff, which will affect their work-life balance.

However, Transport for London (TfL) insisted the changes had been approved by other unions and would result in drivers working around four night shifts a year.
Here are more ways to get around London during the Underground strike.

The buses

No schedule changes are expected for London bus services on Friday, but works on Westway will affect local traffic after 10 p.m.
Buses and roads are expected to be more crowded than usual and travelers are advised to allow more time for their journeys and to walk or cycle where possible.

Electric scooters

Ces zones sont Camden, City of London, Ealing, Hammersmith et Fulham, Kensington et Chelsea, Lambeth, Richmond upon Thames, Southwark, Tower Hamlets et Westminster.
Renting an electric scooter typically costs between £ 3.25 and £ 3.40 for a 15-minute journey, according to TfL.
Operators charge an unlock fee of £ 1 plus 15 pence per minute for Dott and Tier scooters or 16 pence per minute for Lime, which is paid through the corresponding app.


There will be severe disruptions on the Central, Jubilee, Northern, Piccadilly and Victoria lines with little or no service in some locations.
The Waterloo and City line will be closed.
Normal service operates on the Bakerloo, Circle, District, Metropolitan and Hammersmith and City lines.


The Docklands Light Railway will close an hour earlier at 11:30 p.m.

Services London Overground, TfL Rail et National Rail

Services to and from central London will likely be busier than usual, with passengers being advised to allow more time for their journey.


Drivers are told to expect more traffic jams on central London roads and to walk or cycle where possible.
As of 10 p.m., traffic in the Westfield area will be affected by road closures to the elevated eastbound section of the A40 Westway.

Walking and cycling

Londoners are never more than 600m from a Santander Cycle rental point in the center of the capital.
Meanwhile, Brompton Bike Hire offers free bike hire at its docks across London.
Many parts of Zone 1 are within walking distance and people are advised to walk or cycle where possible.
Walking and cycling maps of the West End and the City of London can be downloaded from the TfL website.

heathrow airport

Passengers traveling to Heathrow are advised to use TfL Rail services as an alternative to the Piccadilly line whenever possible.

Nocturnal and nocturnal strikes

The strike will only affect evening and night services on the Central and Victoria lines.


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