Just when you thought you travel woes were over, another round of strikes across Britain’s transport network has been announced.
Members of the RMT union working for Network Rail and 14 train operators are staging more walk-outs and overtime bans in the current round of strikes.
Four dates in March and April will be affected: 16, 18 and 30 March and 1 April.
Meanwhile, a tube driver strike has been announced for Wednesday 15 March.
Drivers’ union Aslef confirmed that its members will stage a 24-hour walk-out which, if it goes ahead, is likely to shut down most of the London Underground network.
As the dispute drags on, is there an end in sight? Or will travelers have to get used to the “new normal” of widespread disruption every few months?
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