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DLR strike

The NewsSimon FellComment

The last minute talks have failed and so Londoners should expect no DLR services to operate between 03:59 am on Tuesday 3 November and 03:58am on Thursday 5 November.
 
All other TfL services which connect to the DLR network will be operating as usual.  The start of services may be affected on the morning of Thursday 5 November, as services get up and running.
 
Customers are advised to check www.tfl.gov.uk/dlr-strike for service updates.
 
Enhanced bus services will operate on key routes along the DLR network and there will also be a limited replacement bus services at key locations to connect DLR customers to the Tube network.
 
The Jubilee, Central, District and Hammersmith & City lines in East London and London Overground between Highbury and Surrey Quays are expected to be much busier than usual due to the DLR strike.
 
Stations that interchange with the DLR - Canning Town, Bank, Stratford, Canary Wharf and Canada Water stations - will be exceptionally busy. Those planning on travelling to or from City Airport should plan for journey disruptions.
  
As ever, we would recommend that anyone planning to travel during the next 48 hours checks the TfL website or the dedicated travel alerts and DLR Twitter feeds.