Bus strike: Which routes are running in Brent today

There are 15 bus routes that serve parts of Brent which are running a limited service during today’s strike involving up to 27,000 drivers and other workers.

The employees, all members of Unite union, are staging a walk out as part of a long-running campaign for a single agreement covering their pay, terms and conditions.

The union claims there are more than 80 different pay rates covering drivers doing the same job, leading to differences in hourly rates of over £3.

TfL claim the matter is between the private companies and the union to discuss.Lorraine King

Holders of bus and tram pass season ticket, 11-15 Zip Oyster photocard or 16+ Zip Oyster photocard with free bus and tram travel will be allowed to use it on the Tube, DLR and London Overground services on reasonable routes only.

To use your pass show it to a member of staff and ask to be let through the gates.

Do not touch in or out on yellow card readers at the stations as you will be charged a pay as you go fare.

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Transport for London predict that bus services will run as normal on Wednesday morning.

The routes running a limited service today are:

6 - Bertie Road to Aldwych

16 - Mora Road to Victoria Bus Station

31 - Bayham Street to White City Bus Station

32 - Edgware Bus Station to Kilburn Park Station

52 - Victoria Station to Pound Lane

79 - Alperton Sainsbury’s to Edgware

92 - Ealing Hospital to Ikea Brent Park

112 - Ealing Broadway to Brent Cross

187 - Central Middlesex Hospital to O2 Finchley Road

206 - The Paddocks to Kilburn Park Station

220 - Willesden Junction Station to Mapleton Crescent

245 - Alperton sainsbury’s to Golders Green Station

302 - Mill Hill Broadway Station to Kensal Rise Station

316 - Mora Road to White City Bus Station

328 - Golders Green Station to Chelsea World End

There are a further six routes serving the Kingsbury/Colindale which will be running as normal.

For more information visit tfl.gov.uk.

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