The strikes in London will cause disruption in the capital this week

A series of planned bus strikes are set to cause disruption across London this month. The first strike will take place this Wednesday, March 10th.

A number of routes will be affected through North West London for 24 hours from midnight Wednesday, mainly affecting Harrow, Edgware and Wembley.

The following routes are expected to be affected: 79, 142, 183, 251, 258, 288, 303, 326, 395, 398, 642, N5, H9, H10, H11, H12, H14, H17, H18, and H19.

More strikes are expected in parts of London later this month on Wednesday 17th, Wednesday 24th and Wednesday 31st.

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If all of the strikes take place, they are likely to affect around 80 bus routes, including some school and night routes, through west, south-west and north-west London and parts of Surrey and Hertfordshire.

Unite drivers have carried out ongoing strike actions against parent company RATP Group over new contracts and wage cuts.

TfL has asked RATP Dev London and Unite to resolve the problem as soon as possible.

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You have announced that you will ensure as many bus connections as possible. However, customers in North West London and parts of Hertfordshire are advised to consider prior to travel, allow additional time for their travel and consider alternative transport options where possible.

Countdown signs and posters at bus stops and train stations also warn of possible disruptions.

The underground services in London will operate as usual.

London Herald