- Revenue generated from a rise in congestion charge would be invested in improvements to London's transport
- The charge for those using the charge's autopay system would rise from £9 to £10.50
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Tubes, trains, trams, buses, cable cars, river buses, taxis and going by foot - your guide to getting round during the strike.
Union officials rejected a revised offer from Underground managers during a meeting at the conciliation service ACAS this afternoon.
Train drivers were offered £200 a shift to work on the new 'Night Tube' in a bid to halt the threatened walkout.