Tube strikes that would see millions of passengers in chaos have been cancelled after an agreement that saved 200 jobs was made between TfL and RMT Union.
Tube drivers were due to walk out at midnight on 5 October to begin staging a 24-hour protest over working conditions. Aslef report that has now changed.
The 24-hour London Underground walk-out was due to begin at 12:01am on Thursday 5 October and last all day.
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The 24-hour strike will begin at 9pm on Wednesday 25 January on the Central and Waterloo & City lines.
Tube drivers are unhappy with TFL's plans to relocate drivers to different depots on the Central Line.
Experienced union negotiator tells IBTimes UK that a settlement may be off the cards.
RMT and TSSA want more negotiations after London was hit by a 24-hour walkout.
Passengers will face further disruption with a three-day strike this week.
From Tube to Southern Rail, this is a serious outbreak of industrial disruption - but unions can't be sued for damage.
TfL warns that a shortage of staff will cause even more disruptions to Tube travel.
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Most stations in central London will remain closed during the walkout.
RMT and TSSA general secretaries defend industrial action as majority of Zone 1 stations are closed.
Most lines are running at severely reduced capacity and only around 60% of stations are open.
A number of stations will be closed while others will have reduced opening hours.
London Underground management 'failed to address safety issues' causing talks to collapse, says RMT.
The 24-hour strike is taking place from 6pm GMT on Sunday and will affect stations in Zone 1.
The strike will close almost Zone 1 stations and the rest of the network will be severely affected.
The strike is planned to go ahead from 6pm on Sunday, 8 January.
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Travel will be disrupted across the capital on 9 January.
Station staff represented by the RMT and TSSA unions are planning to walkout on 8 January.
Union calls off planned strike days following successful talks with London Underground.