That’s bad news for pipers, as another strike is underway.
So let’s see which lines are affected and on what dates.
When does the Tube strike?
Union RMT confirmed this morning that a pipe strike is planned for Friday 7 January.
Its members operating Central and Victoria lines will stop working on Friday from 8:30pm to 8am on Saturday.
They plan to do the same on Saturday night, from 8:30 p.m. to 8 a.m. Sunday, and continue the strikes until June 19.
According to the union, the new roster for the Night Tube is being applied to drivers they are not satisfied with.
Negotiations were held between the union and TfL but the row remained deadlocked.
In December, RMT general secretary Mick Lynch said: “If the London Underground and the Mayor (Sadiq Khan) think that the struggle for progressive and family-friendly working methods will be over, they need to think again.
“Our members have been re-elected and have given a firm mandate to act, and that is the failure of London Underground and Sadiq Khan to address grievances at the heart of the dispute leaving us with no choice but to endorse a program of action.”
On Thursday, January 6, Sadiq Khan hit back and called on RMT bosses to stop taking industrial action, saying: “This ongoing strike action by RMT has caused widespread disruption. for many Londoners and will cause further devastation to the city’s hard-hit cultural, retail and hospitality industries at a critical time if it continues through the summer.
“The night pipeline plays an important role in revitalizing our capital and helps improve safety for women and girls when they return home at night.”
Which pipes are affected?
Meanwhile, only Central and Victoria lines are affected.
Night Tube services resumed on both Central and Victoria lines on November 27 for the first time since the pandemic.
However, there is a strike before Christmas too.
The union said the strike could be extended to other lines and would consider extending the action “if the London Underground fails to respond” to their demands.
Transport chiefs said they were “disappointed” by the planned strikes, warning that it would “cause unnecessary disruption”.
The Jubilee, Northern and Piccadilly lines remain closed at night as a result of the pandemic.
Why did the London Underground strikes happen?
Transportation to London Removed 200 part-time Night Tube drivers during the pandemic, replacing regular drivers who were asked to work the occasional night shift.
Late last year, Union RMT announced it planned to strike every Night Tube weekend from tomorrow through June in “an ongoing battle to prevent a personnel settlement that disrupts the balance of the battle.” live the jobs of drivers,” according to a statement sent to City of AM.
Strike action has been in the works since Night Tube was restarted last weekend in November after being suspended in March 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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