Train and rail strikes will impression commuters in February and March, as each ASLEF and RMT union members stroll out over pay.
The strikes by ASLEF will have an effect on the companies of 17 prepare firms.
Fresh industrial motion and an additional time ban by drivers is more likely to trigger widespread disruption in an ongoing dispute over pay, the union stated.
In some locations, there could also be no companies in any respect on strike days, and companies which can be working will begin later and end a lot sooner than ordinary – sometimes working between 7.30am and 6.30pm.
Here is a full record of the companies affected by strikes and additional time bans, and when.
Tuesday 30 January
South Western Railway
SWR Island Line
Wednesday 31 January
Friday 2 February
Saturday 3 February
Avanti West Coast
East Midlands Railway
West Midlands Trains
Monday 5 February
Great Western Railway
National Rail urges anybody hoping to journey on strike and additional time ban days to make use of its Journey Planner to regulate how companies might be affected.
More than 300 union members will stage two 48-hour strikes after receiving a lower-than-inflation pay supply, the RMT stated.
Security, station, income and management workers are amongst these taking industrial motion.
The motion will happen on the next dates
Monday 19 February
Tuesday 20 February
Monday 4 March
Tuesday 5 March
What has been stated concerning the strikes?
The ASLEF union claims drivers haven’t had a pay rise since 2019.
General Secretary Mick Whelan stated: “We have given the government every opportunity to come to the table but it is now a year since we had any contact from the Department for Transport. It’s clear they do not want to resolve this dispute.
“Many members have no longer had a single penny improve in pay for half a decade, throughout which period inflation has soared and, with it, the price of dwelling. We did not ask for a rise through the pandemic, once we labored by way of lockdown, as key staff, risking our lives, to maneuver items across the nation and allow NHS and different staff to get to work.”
He urged the government to “come to the desk” to end the dispute.
RMT general secretary Mick Lynch said: “London Overground staff do an necessary job delivering companies for TfL and supporting passengers on journeys all through London.
“Our members are furious that they have been given a below inflation pay offer and want to see an improvement that represents the value they bring to the company.
“If this dispute can’t be resolved then RMT is greater than ready for a sustained interval of commercial motion to get London Overground staff the pay rise they deserve.”