TRANSPORT for London is warning that a two-day strike being organised by the union RMT, which will disrupt the DLR tomorrow and Thursday, could result in no services running at all.
Commuters are being advised not to travel at peak times and check its site for advice before they start on their journey.
Workers are striking over a dispute with Keolis Amey Docklands, which operates the DLR on behalf of TfL, regarding the outsourcing of maintenance work.
The action will begin at 4am tomorrow morning and end at 3.59am on Friday, and is expected to prevent the DLR from operating completely.
TfL has put alternatives in place to help stranded commuters get into London. Enhanced bus services will operate on “key routes” along the DLR network and there will also be replacement bus services to get commuters to the Tube.