When we previously warned you to batten down the hatches and prepare for the next wave of tube strikes due to hit in February, we were hoping (like everyone else) that they wouldn’t actually go ahead. But as Sunday edges closer, TfL have started to send out updated strike warnings – and it doesn’t look like the RMT will budge on their decision to walk out.
So, what does that mean for us? In a recent update, TfL announced that, as of 6.00pm on Sunday evening, tube stations will start closing. Although the stations are set to reopen at 4.00pm on Monday, there will be another round of strikes due to kick off on Tuesday morning. We can’t imagine that there will be any successful journeys taking place in the interim, which is why we’ve devised this more realistic schedule of the upcoming strike.
You can view TfL’s original, official update here.