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London Transport Advises Against Monday Travel Because of Strike

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A passenger checks an information board on the London Underground network in London, UK.

A passenger checks an information board on the London Underground network in London, UK.

Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

London’s transport operator warned of “severe disruption” on Monday as a 24-hour strike is expected to shut down much of the city’s Tube network.

Transport for London is advising people to avoid traveling all day tomorrow and before 8 a.m. on Tuesday “unless necessary,” according to a statement on Sunday. While some train services will run, TfL expects “severe disruption” across the Tube network, with many stations -- especially those in central and south London -- closed.