Unless something happens in the next couple of hours to avert it, then the entire tube network is going to be pretty much dead from 6.59pm tonight for a period of 48 hours.
In theory, this should mean that tubes will be back up and running from 6.58pm on Thursday, but given how good London Underground are at meeting timetables at the best of times, I wouldn’t be expecting to see any trains rolling up to platform edges and opening the doors until Friday morning.
All pretty ho-hum really, but one line in the Transport for London press release on the strike amused me:
“Among other things, the RMT has also demanded … improved travel facilities”
Yes, RMT, I think a few million other people may have asked for better travel facilities in the London area over the years. Good luck with that request!