Tube strike: This walking map tells you how long it takes to get somewhere on foot

Four unions are expected to strike from 6.30pm on Wednesday evening

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The Independent Online

This map may become commuters’ most useful tool during Tube strike on Thursday.

It shows the time it takes to walk from each station, carefully breaking down London.

Four unions, RMT, Aslef, TSSA and Unite, are striking over London Underground’s plans to implement night tubes from 12 September.

Click here to see a larger version of the map

The ensuing travel chaos is expected to affect millions of commuters, bringing London to a standstill in a similar fashion to the July strike – the largest in 13 years.

During that strike hundreds of thousands of commuters were spotted walking, running, and cycling to and from work. This map will undoubtedly prove helpful.

Londoners Joe Watson and Aryven Arasen, who both work in advertising, created the map ahead of the industrial action in 2013.

North London residents may face the worst walk, as with the usually quick Victoria line down they face a 31-minute trudge between Highbury& Islington and Kings Cross.

Another great stretch is Bermondsey to London Bridge, where commuters face a half-hour walk.

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