A possible strike will affect Central and Waterloo & City line services from 23:30 on Tuesday 21 February, and all day Wednesday 22 February. Here is the latest on what’s affected, and options to get around London on the day:

  • If the strike goes ahead, there will be no Central line service east of Leytonstone and very limited services on the rest of the line
  • There will also be no service on the Waterloo & City line
  • Nearby buses, roads, Tube and rail services will be busier too
  • Please check before you travel, allow more time for your journey and avoid the peak times if you can.

Expected service

Affected stations

The following service will run on Wednesday 22 February.

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The following lines, stations and roads are expected to be busier:

Lines

  • Central line
  • TfL Rail between Romford and Stratford
  • London Overground between Liverpool Street and Chingford
  • Victoria line, especially Walthamstow Central
  • Jubilee line between London Bridge and Waterloo

Stations

Chingford station

At peak times expect queues outside the station, extremely busy buses and road journeys to take much longer. Please travel outside the peak time if possible

Ilford station

At peak times expect queues outside the station, extremely busy buses and road journeys to take much longer. Please travel outside the peak time if possible

Leytonstone station

In the morning peak, the station will be extremely busy. In the evening peak, buses from Leytonstone will be extremely busy. You could take a bus from Stratford or Leyton instead

Bank, Bond Street, Embankment, Holborn, Leyton, Liverpool Street, London Bridge, Mile End, Monument, North Ealing, Ealing Common, Oxford Circus, Stratford, Tottenham Court Road and Waterloo stations

You may have to queue outside these stations at peak times, and it will take longer than usual to board a train.