Tube Workers’ Strike Continues, Causing Further Disruption for Commuters

Tube Workers’ Strike Continues, Causing Further Disruption for Commuters

Commuters in London are once again facing travel chaos as the Tube strike continues for a second day, with the London Underground stations closed and the entire network affected.

The strike is due to a dispute over pay and has resulted in the suspension or partial closure of almost all lines on the network, which is likely to continue until later today or tomorrow.

Yesterday, the majority of the Tube service was shut down due to the strike by rail workers, causing disruption for many commuters.

The Docklands Light Railway and Elizabeth line were also partially suspended, resulting in huge crowds cramped in tunnels at Tottenham Court Road station this morning.

Today, most Tube lines remain closed, with commuters once again forced to join packed queues for buses or drive on the busy roads.

While the DLR is currently running as normal, every line on the London Underground is suspended or partially closed, and Transport for London (TfL) has warned that the strikes will continue to have an impact throughout the day.

The Overground, the Elizabeth Line, and parts of the Bakerloo and District lines are also likely to be affected throughout the day and into tomorrow morning.

The Tube strikes are part of the largest industrial action since a wave of strikes began last year, with teachers, doctors, and civil servants also walking out.

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