London bus drivers are set to take strike action in the coming days, as commuters are being warned to expect serve delays and little service.
The strikes started on November 22 but will continue seeing nearly 1,000 bus drivers employed by Abellio walk out.
It’s expected that strikes will mostly affect south and west London meaning that Heathrow terminals four and five could have no daytime bus services.
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All together around 60 bus routes will be impacted by the strikes across London.
When are the London bus strikes taking place?
Bus drivers will strike across 10 days if not called off or suspended, with the first already taking place on November 22.
Followed by back-to-back strikes on November 25 and 26.
They will then be followed by a number more throughout December.
The December dates are 1,2,3,9,10, 16 and the last on 17.
What London bus routes will be affected by the strikes?
The following bus routes are expected to be heavily impacted during strike days with many not running at all.
You can also search for bus routes to see if your regular service is affected.
You can find out more information via the TfL website.