News Alerts

26 Sep 2018 | 08:43 AM UTC

UK: London Tube Piccadilly line strike to go ahead Sep. 26-29 /update 1

United Kingdom News Alert

London Tube workers on the Piccadilly line to stage a strike September 26-29; transportation to and from London-Heathrow affected

TIMEFRAME expected from 9/21/2018, 12:00 AM until 9/29/2018, 11:59 PM (Europe/London). COUNTRY/REGION London

Read all related news alert(s):


A strike by London Tube workers on the Piccadilly line has been confirmed for September 26-29. No services are expected on the line between 13:00 (local time) on Wednesday, September 26, and 15:30 on Friday, September 28. After a brief reprieve, the strike will recommence Friday evening at 22:00 and continue until 08:30 on Saturday. The strike will notably affect journeys to and from London's Heathrow International Airport (LHR). All other Transport for London (TfL) services will be running as normal but services on the other lines will likely be busier than usual for the duration of the strike.


The Piccadilly line runs between Cockfosters in north London and Acton Town in the West. From Acton Town, it divides into two branches, one serving Heathrow and the other Uxbridge in northwest London.

Workers are demanding the implementation of policies promised by transportation officials.


Travelers are advised to plan alternate routes and allow for extra time to reach their destinations for the duration of the strike.


Copyright and Disclaimer
GardaWorld is the owner or licensee of all intellectual property rights in the material presented on this website. All such rights are reserved. The use of this website and its material is subject to the Terms of Use and accordingly you must not use any content from this website for commercial or other analogous purposes without our consent, including but not limited to any deep-linking or framing in order to copy, distribute, display or monitor any portion of the website. If you have any questions or are interested in distributing any content from this website, Contact us for more details.

Related news