Travellers in London may face extreme disruption due to deliberate Tube strike motion within the run-up to Christmas.
Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) union are planning to take industrial motion on two days and eight nights in November and December, in a row about new driver schedules.
Transport for London stated if the motion goes forward it could severely disrupt companies on the Central, Jubilee, Northern, Piccadilly and Victoria traces on Friday 26 November and Saturday 18 December.
The economic motion may considerably reduce companies on these London Underground traces all day, with little or no service in some locations.
Companies on the morning of Saturday 27 November and Sunday 19 December may be affected.
Nick Dent, director of London Underground buyer operations, stated: “At such a pivotal time for the capital’s restoration, we’re vastly disillusioned that the RMT is threatening London with this pointless motion.
“By making modifications to Tube driver rosters, we’ve got offered better flexibility for drivers in addition to everlasting work and job certainty, one thing welcomed by all different unions.
“The return of Night time Tube is a vastly vital second for the night-time economic system and for Londoners travelling late at night time who may have improved journey occasions and a further protected journey possibility.
“Now we have been assembly with the RMT for quite a few months by way of Acas to attempt to resolve their points and we stay open to speaking additional.”