The Aslef union has called off three planned strikes to be held in a dispute over Boxing Day pay.
Tube drivers belonging to the union are calling for additional payments and a day off lieu of working on the bank holiday.
London Underground says it already has agreements covering payment for working on public holidays.
Last week LU lost a High Court bid to stop Boxing Day’s strike from going ahead. Further strikes were planned for 16th January, 3rd and 13th February. These have been suspended pending talks between the
two sides in the New Year.
London Underground Chief Operating Officer, Howard Collins said: ‘I welcome the constructive approach taken by the leadership of ASLEF at our discussions today.
‘I look forward to further constructive talks next week, as we work to resolve this issue.’