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More misery for commuters are train drivers set to strike

by LLB staff reporter
28th Mar 24 10:49 am

Commmuters are being warned there will be further disruption as members of Aslef will stage three one day strikes along with an overtime ban over a pay dispute.

Aslef members will across 16 train companies will walkout for three one day strikes between 5 to 8 April then an overtime ban on 4, 6, 8 and 9 April that could result in cancellations.

Passengers are being advised to check before they travel as revised timetables have been drawn up.

In a separate dispute London Underground drivers who are also members of Aslef are to strike for 24 hours on 8 April.

A spokesperson for Rail Delivery Group, said, “We are sorry that this round of strikes called by the Aslef leadership risk disrupting journeys.

“While we are doing all we can to keep trains running and we will work with our industry partners to keep as many trains running as possible, unfortunately there will be reduced services between Thursday April 4 to Tuesday April 9.

“Our advice is to check before you travel and follow the latest travel information.”

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