Tube strike map April 2014: Which lines and stations are affected by walk-out?

The strike is planned for 9pm on Monday 28 April and services are not due to return to normal until Thursday 1 May

Ahead of the tube strikes due to start on Monday 28 April, Transport for London (TFL) has announced the services it plans to run during next week’s 48-hour walk-out.

The Rail, Maritime and Transport Union (RMT) has called strikes in response to the Government’s plans to revolutionise the London Underground's ticketing service, which will incorporate the shutting down of ticket offices and the loss of 950 jobs.

Talks with London Underground (LU) are ongoing but LU managing director Mike Brown has said he is not optimistic that next week's strikes will be called off.

TFL have said that in the likely event of industrial action there will be disruption to services from around 9.30pm on Monday 28 April until Thursday 1 May. On Tuesday 29 and Wednesday 30 April trains that are able to operate are anticipated to do so between approximately 7am and 11pm.

These are the services that are expected to run:

Bakerloo line

TFL hopes to run trains between Queen’s Park and Elephant and Castle around every six minutes in both directions. Customers are advised to check at the time of their journey as this service may not be able to run all day.

These trains would not stop at Edgware Road, Embankment, Kilburn Park, Lambeth North, Maida Vale, Piccadilly Circus or Regent’s Park stations. It is possible that some other stations may also need to close at times. 

Central line

No service will operate through the central area.

TFL intends to run trains between Epping/Hainault and Leytonstone around every ten minutes in both directions. This service may be extended to Holborn.

It also intends to run trains between West Ruislip and White City around every 10 - 15 minutes in both directions. This service may be extended to Ealing Broadway.

These trains would not stop at Redbridge, Gants Hill or Wanstead stations. It is possible that some other stations may also need to close at times. 

Circle line

Passengers are advised to check routes on the District line, Hammersmith & City line and Metropolitan line (below).

District line

TFL intends to run trains between Wimbledon and Barking around every 12 minutes in both directions. This service may be extended to Upminster.

It also intends to run trains between Ealing Broadway and Tower Hill around every 12 minutes in both directions.

These trains would not stop at Aldgate East, Blackfriars, Gloucester Road, Sloane Square, Stepney Green or Temple stations. It is possible that some other stations may also need to close at times.

Hammersmith and City line

TFL intends to run trains between Hammersmith and Aldgate around every ten minutes in both directions.

These trains would not stop at Barbican, Euston Square or Great Portland Street stations. It is possible that some other stations may also need to close at times. 

Jubilee line

TFL intends to run trains between Wembley Park and Stratford around every seven minutes in both directions.

These trains would not stop at Bermondsey, Canada Water, St. John’s Wood, Southwark, and Swiss Cottage stations. It is possible that some other stations may also need to close at times. 

Metropolitan line

TFL intends to run trains between Harrow-on-the-Hill and Aldgate around every ten minutes in both directions. 

These trains would not stop at Barbican, Euston Square or Great Portland Street stations. It is possible that some other stations may also need to close at times. 

Northern line

TFL intends to run trains over the whole line with a train around every five minutes via both the Bank and Charing Cross branches in both directions. 

These trains would not stop at Angel, Borough, Chalk Farm, Charing Cross, Clapham North, Clapham South, Colliers Wood, Embankment, Goodge Street, Hampstead, Leicester Square, Mill Hill East, Mornington Crescent, Old Street, Oval, South Wimbledon, Tooting Bec and Warren Street stations. It is possible that some other stations may also need to close at times. 

Piccadilly line

No service would operate through the central area.

TFL intends to run trains between Acton Town and Heathrow Terminals 1,2,3 around every 20 minutes in both directions.

It also intends to run trains between Arnos Grove and Cockfosters around every 12 minutes in both directions.

These trains would not stop at Heathrow Terminal 4, Heathrow Terminal 5, Hounslow West or Southgate stations. It is possible that some other stations may also need to close at times.

A reduced Heathrow Express service will run on Tuesday 29 April and Wednesday 30 April due to separate strike action by the RMT. Heathrow Express plans to run two trains an hour between Heathrow and Paddington and back. Customers are advised to check www.heathrowexpress.com for more information. 

Victoria line

TFL intends to run trains between Seven Sisters and Victoria around every five minutes in both directions. This service may be extended to Brixton. 

These trains would not stop at Pimlico, Vauxhall or Warren Street stations. It is possible that some other stations may also need to close at times. 

Waterloo and City line

No service.

DLR

Normal service.

London Overground

Normal service.

Trams and other rail services

Normal service.

Buses and river buses

Normal service.

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