Transport for London has issued advice for anyone needing to travel tonight as the bus network continues to be affected by strike action.
TfL says it expects “more than a third” of evening bus services and at least 30 night routes to operate despite today’s strike by members of the Unite union.
Read more about the strike and its impact on today’s services.
TfL says anyone travelling late at night should consider using one of the capital’s 22,000 Taxis or pre-booking a licensed minicab.
Nighttime travellers are reminded they should “never approach a minicab on the street” and that they can get three local cab numbers by texting ‘CAB’ to 60835.
Further information is available at tfl.gov.uk/cabwise
Marshalled taxi ranks continue to operate at a number of key rail hubs including Victoria, St Pancras, Waterloo, Liverpool Street and London Bridge.
TfL says bus passes will be accepted on reasonable alternative routes on Tube, DLR, and London Overground – affected passengers are advised to seek assistance from station staff.
Transport Commissioner Peter Hendy said: “Over a third of bus services have operated today despite the strike called by the Unite leadership and we expect this level of service to continue into the evening.
“Our contingency plans have ensured that Londoners and visitors have been able to get around. I would advise everybody travelling home this evening to check before travelling at tfl.gov.uk/buses and to take the advice on our website about alternative travel options.”