Uk News Timetable of Tube and rail strikes affecting travel in June 2022 United Kingdom news
PremierLeague-News.Com - Passengers who must travel are urged to plan to ensure that they can complete their journeys within a specific window
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Rail and Tube staff are expected to strike in Britain’s most widespread industrial action this century, reducing services by around 80 per centThe strikes, which will take place in the coming week, will be in protest of working conditions, redundancies and pensions. People are being advised not to travel on strike days, and that services will be disrupted for the rest of the week.For those that need to travel, here’s when the strikes will be taking place and how you can navigate the chaos. When are the rail strikes?The train strikes are planned for:Tuesday 21 JuneThursday 23 JuneSaturday 25 JuneHowever, the knock-on effect of the disruption is likely to be felt throughout the rest of week.On Tuesday 21 June, up to 50,000 workers across Network Rail, 13 train operators and London Underground are due to walk out.On Thursday 23 and Saturday 25 June, about 40,000 rail operators – but not London Underground staff – will strike.Trains will start later and finish much earlier than usual, between 7.30am and 6.30pm.Passengers who must travel are urged to plan to ensure that they can complete their journeys within this window, with last services from London to Scotland, for example, leaving in the early afternoon.Here are a selection of last train times between London and other major cities.From London to:Edinburgh – 2pmLeeds – 3.05pmNewcastle – 3.43pmBirmingham – 3.40pmManchester – 2.56pmLiverpool – 3.31pmSheffield – 3.31pmNottingham – 4.09pmBristol – 4.33pmBrighton – 5.50pmNorwich – 4.30pmSouthampton – 5pmTo London from:Edinburgh – 1.
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.45pmNewcastle – 2.59pmBirmingham – 3.50pmManchester – 2.47pmLiverpool – 3.47pmSheffield – 4pmNottingham – 4.12pmBristol – 4.30pmBrighton – 5.29pmNorwich – 4pmSouthampton – 4.59pmNational Rail has updated its journey planner for the first two strike days =- Tuesday 21 and Thursday 23 June. It advises using the planner – which you can find here – if you need to travel.Information for the Wednesday, Friday and Saturday is expected to be added after Saturday 18 June.More from TravelPilot whales and Machu Picchu landscapes reveal a quieter side to Tenerife18 June, 2022The story behind 'godawful' Blackpool's biggest boom in visitors for decades18 June, 2022What to do if your checked-in luggage is lost, delayed or damaged17 June, 2022Which railways will be affected?Thirteen operators on the national network are expected to be affected:Avanti West CoastChiltern RailwaysCross Country Trainsc2cEast Midlands RailwayGreater AngliaGreat Western RailwayLNERNorthern TrainsSouth EasternSouth Western RailwayTransPennine ExpressWest Midlands TrainsWhich Tube lines will be affected?In addition to the rail strikes, there will be a 24-hour strike on the London Underground on Tuesday 21 June.Transport for London (TfL) is advising people not to travel if possible.It says all services will either be severely disrupted or completely halted on:The TubeLondon Overground (services will run 7.30am-6.30pm)The Elizabeth LineLondon TramsBuses, the DLR and any other services which are running will be extremely busy with queues to board.If you have to travel, you are advised to finish your Tube or rail journey by 6pm.On Wednesday 22 June there will be no services before 8am, and you are advised to avoid travelling before mid-morning, as disruption is likely to continue.There will be a reduced service on the London Overground and Elizabeth Line until mid-morning.Certain services will continue to be affected later in the week:Reduced service running on the London Overground and Elizabeth Line (where TfL uses national rail assets) as well as parts of the Tube on Thursday 23 and Saturday 25 June London Overground services will run 7.30am-6.30pm on Thursday 23 and Saturday 25 JuneDisruption following strikes likely on the Tube, Elizabeth Line and London Overground on Friday 24 and Sunday 26 June
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