Some London Underground traces utterly closed, whereas others continued working on some stretches exterior of central London.
Disruption is predicted till a minimum of 8am on Tuesday 7 June.
Here’s all the things it’s worthwhile to learn about which stations stay open and what time the strike ends.
When does the Tube strike finish?
TfL has warned commuters that “some stations may still be closed at the beginning of the day” on Tuesday. Travellers who must get round are suggested to begin their journeys after 8am.
Which Tube traces are closed?
The Piccadilly line is at the moment suspended throughout the whole line as a result of strike motion.
What about different Tube traces?
TfL says all different traces are at the moment operating a “good service”. However, elsewhere it has been reported that solely the Bakerloo and Jubilee traces had been opened, simply earlier than 7am, whereas all others stay closed.
Metropolitan, London Overground, Elizabeth line, DLR and Tram providers weren’t affected by yesterday’s strike.
Queues have been reported exterior some stations.
Will there be additional strikes?
RMT members are taking motion wanting a strike till Sunday 10 July; station workers is not going to work extra time, leading to some quick discover station closures.