Transport for London expects that it will be able to operate services on all London Overground routes, but some will have reduced operating hours.
Normal services will operate on London Underground, Elizabeth line, DLR, London Trams, and London buses.
There will be no service before 08:00 or after 18:00 on the following routes, and those that do run are expected to be busier than normal:
- Gospel Oak to Barking;
- Stratford to Richmond/Clapham Junction;
- Highbury & Islington to Clapham Junction/West Croydon/Crystal Palace/New Cross.
Anyone intending to travel on these routes should consider alternative routes, check beforehand, and allow extra time for their journey.
On the strike days, some stations will be open but may be unstaffed, whilst the following stations will be closed and London Overground services will not stop there:
If anyone intends to travel on these days on London Overground services and will require assistance, they should pre-book assistance before they travel.
Not all stations will have staff available to assist on a turn-up-and-go basis. Further information on booking assistance on London Overground and Elizabeth line services can be found on Transport for London's ‘Help from staff' webpage here.
For the latest travel information, customers should check the TfL website or the TfL Go app.
The latest information about the strikes can be found by clicking here.
Trish Ashton, TfL s Director of Rail and Sponsored Services, said: Strikes are never good news for our customers, and we urge the RMT and Arriva Rail London to work together to try to come to a resolution. Customers planning to use London Overground services are urged to check before they travel, allow extra time for their journeys, and check the TfL website or the TfL Go app for the latest travel information.