Rail and London Underground passengers face strike disruption

Aslef starts three days of rolling 24-hour strikes from Friday, with action by tube drivers on Monday

Passengers are facing more travel disruption as some services on the national rail network and the London Underground will grind to a halt as the next wave of driver strikes gets under way.

On Friday, Aslef members start three days of rolling 24-hour strikes across the rail network, affecting 16 rail operating companies as part of its 20-month dispute over pay. This will happen alongside a separate daylong strike by Aslef drivers on the London Underground on Monday 8 April.

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