Find out how the Tube strike will affect your travel plans

Commuters are facing the prospect of further disruption on the Tube network. Photo: PA Wire

Transport for London has released a plan for what services will run during next week's Tube strike.

As many services as possible would run throughout the strike, but there would be significant disruption across the network, TfL said.

Over 250 extra buses will be deployed on key routes in London to cope with the disruption while London Overground services will be unaffected.

There will also be an increased number of river services to help Londoners travel around the capital.

All services would be far busier as a result of the strike, TfL said, as they advised passengers that cycling and walking may be more "practical options".

If the strikes go ahead, services will be affected from:

  • Around 9pm on Monday 28 April and throughout the whole of Tuesday 29 and Wednesday 30
  • Around 9pm on Monday 5 May and throughout the whole of Tuesday 6, Thursday 7 and Thursday 8

Bakerloo line

  • TfL hope to run trains between Queen's Park and Elephant and Castle around every six minutes in both directions
  • Trains will not stop at Edgware Road, Embankment, Kilburn Park, Lambeth North, Maida Vale, Piccadilly Circus or Regent’s Park stations

Central line

  • No service will operate through the central area
  • Trains will run between between Epping / Hainault and Leytonstone around every ten minutes in both directions and this service may be extended to Holborn
  • Between West Ruislip and White City around every 10 to 15 minutes in both directions and it will extend to Ealing Broadway if possible
  • Trains will not stop at Redbridge, Gants Hill or Wanstead
A two-day strike in February caused chaos on the network. Credit: PA Wire

District line

  • Trains will run between Wimbledon and Barking every 12 minutes in both directions and it will be extended to Upminster if the situation allows
  • Services operate between Ealing Broadway and Tower Hill every 12 minutes in both directions
  • Trains will not stop at Aldgate East, Blackfriars, Gloucester Road, Sloane Square, Stepney Green or Temple stations

Hammersmith and City line

  • Services will operate between Hammersmith and Aldgate every ten minutes in both directions
  • Trains will not stop at Barbican, Euston Square or Great Portland Street stations

Jubilee line

  • Trains will run between Wembley Park and Stratford around every seven minutes in both directions
  • Trains will not stop at Bermondsey, Canada Water, St. John’s Wood, Southwark, and Swiss Cottage stations
Talks aimed at resolving the crisis have failed to find a solution so far. Credit: PA Wire

Northern Line

  • TfL are planning to operate services across the whole line every five minutes through both the Bank and Charing Cross branches in both directions
  • However, trains would not stop at Angel, Borough, Chalk Farm, Charing Cross, Clapham North, Clapham South, Colliers Wood, Embankment, Goodge Street, Hampstead, Leicester Square, Mill Hill East, Mornington Crescent, Old Street, Oval, South Wimbledon, Tooting Bec and Warren Street stations

Piccadilly Line

  • No service will run through the central area
  • Trains will operate between Acton Town and Heathrow Terminals 1,2,3 around every 20 minutes in both directions
  • Services will also resume between Arnos Grove and Cockfosters every 12 minutes in both directions
  • These trains will not stop at Heathrow Terminal 4, Heathrow Terminal 5, Hounslow West or Southgate stations
The Victoria line will be affected by the Tube strike. Credit: PA Wire

Victoria line

  • Services between Seven Sisters and Victoria will run every five minutes in both directions, and this may be extended to Brixton
  • Trains will not stop at Pimlico, Vauxhall or Warren Street stations

Waterloo and City line

No service

Passengers have been advised to regularly check the TfL website for regular updates and the latest information