It comes as the Rail, Maritime and Transport Union confirmed that the Tube strikes would be suspended following talks with Transport for London (TfL).
The planned action was set to take place from the evening of January 7 until Thursday, January 12 and were in protest at a 5% pay offer.
But now the strikes on the Tubes will no longer go ahead following progress in discussions between the RMT and TfL.
— RMT (@RMTunion) January 7, 2024
Announcing the suspended strikes, RMT general secretary Mick Lynch said: “Following further positive discussions today, the negotiations on a pay deal for our London Underground members can now take place on an improved basis and mandate with significant further funding for a settlement being made available.
“This significantly improved funding position means the scheduled strike action will be suspended with immediate effect and we look forward to getting into urgent negotiations with TfL in order to develop a suitable agreement and resolution to the dispute.”
Following the Tube strike suspensation, London Mayor Sadiq Khan took to X, formally Twitter sharing that there will no longer be disruption on the Underground network:
“Londoners and visitors to our city will no longer face several days of disruption.
“This shows what can be achieved by engaging with trade unions and transport staff rather than working against them.”