TfL Elizabeth line, Tube, National Rail, London Overground: What strikes are there this week? July 24-31

Strike action and a union overtime ban will impact travellers in London.
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While widespread disruption on London transport has been averted, service could still be impacted for some travellers this month.

Here we break down how planned industrial action could affect travellers in the city.

Tube - London Underground

A week of strike action (July 23-29) among London Underground workers was called off on Friday as talks progressed between unions and Transport for London (TfL). Members of Aslef, RMT and Unite were due to hold a series of overlapping strike dates over possible pension changes.

National rail services RMT strike - Saturday July 29

The RMT has one day of planned strike action remaining, on Saturday (July 29), as part of an ongoing dispute over pay.

The following lines are expected to be severely impacted: Avanti West Coast, c2c, Caledonian Sleeper, Chiltern Railways, CrossCountry, East Midlands Railway, Gatwick Express, Great Northern, Great Western Railway, Greater Anglia (including Stansted Express), Heathrow Express, LNER, London Northwestern Railway, Northern, Southeastern, Southern, South Western Railway (including Island Line), Thameslink, TransPennine Express, West Midlands Railway.

Elizabeth line, District line and London Overground - Saturday July 29

TfL says the RMT action on July 29 may affect some District line, London Overground, Elizabeth line and tram services.

National rail services ASLEF overtime ban - July 31 to August 5

ASLEF will be carrying out a further week of its overtime ban over pay. Some national rail services will be affected between Monday July 31 and Saturday August 5.

Timetables on the following lines will be affected: Chiltern Railways, Gatwick Express, Greater Anglia (including Stansted Express), Great Western Railway, Great Northern, Southern, South Western Railway (including Island Line), Thameslink, TransPennine Express.

The following services may also be affected: Avanti West Coast, CrossCountry, East Midlands Railway, LNER, London Northwestern Railway, Northern, Southeastern, West Midlands Railway.

Some services are not expected to be affected: c2c, Caledonian Sleeper, Grand Central, Elizabeth line, Heathrow Express, Hull Trains, London Overground, Lumo, Merseyrail, ScotRail, Transport for Wales.

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