AT A GLANCE | HOW TO BEAT THE STRIKE – DISRUPTION STARTS THIS EVENING

TUBE
Disruption is likely to most journeys, but London Underground will run as many trains and keep as many stations open as possible. Check www.tfl.gov.uk for the latest situation on your line and at your station before you travel.

Volunteers will be on hand at key stations to give alternative travel options and otherwise assist passengers.

BUSES
London buses operate around 700 routes and services are being boosted with over a hundred extra buses on key routes

Extra staff are being deployed to key hubs and to provide advice and information

DLR AND LONDON OVERGROUND
A normal service will operate. Some stations where there is an interchange with London Underground may be affected

TRAMLINK
l Tramlink services are expected to operate as normal

CYCLING
The Barclays Cycle Hire scheme will be available to members, although demand is likely to be high, and cycles harder to access during peak times.

Londoners who own a bike are encouraged to cycle to work, and a
Cycle Journey Planner is provided on www.tfl.gov.uk

Cycle Parks at Finsbury Park and London Bridge will be making it
easy for new users to turn up, register, and leave their bikes.

RIVER SERVICES
Thames Clippers will be running their normal services at reduced prices. Adult tickets £5, Travelcard holders £3.50. They will also be operating additional peak hour shuttles on the busy routes to Canary Wharf, priced at £7 return.

Thames River Taxi will have extra capacity in the morning and afternoon peaks on their Putney Pier to Blackfriars Pier commuter service. Tickets from £3 (Putney to Chelsea Adult single, with a Travelcard). Payment cannot be made with an Oyster card.

NATIONAL RAIL
Oyster Pay As You Go is accepted for all National Rail journeys within Greater London
Travelcards are also valid for travel on National Rail within the
zones purchased

TAXIS
Between 06:30 and 10:30 on Wednesday 3 November 2010 taxi drivers will be operating a marshalled taxi service for central London destinations at five major London rail terminals: Waterloo, Liverpool Street, King's Cross, Charing Cross, and Marylebone. In addition, the fixed-fare taxi sharing schemes at Euston Station and Paddington Station are expected to operate as normal

Private hire and minicab services will be running as normal. Details for licensed private hire and minicab operators in London are available on the TfL website

WALKING
Walking maps will be provided online, in bus, rail, and Tube stations in Zone 1 and other key outer London stations, with volunteers helping people plan their routes around the city. People

are urged to, where possible, use walking for short journeys

ROADS AND THE CONGESTION CHARGE
To help keep traffic flowing, the Congestion Charge will remain in
operation throughout the strike

TfL will be delaying or curtailing road works on major London roads wherever possible and has encouraged all London boroughs to take similar measures on their network. TfL will also work with the Metropolitan Police to minimise the impact of congestion Londoners and commuters are encouraged to keep journeys by car to a minimum to enable public transport to move freely.