LONDON — Commuters across London had a tough time getting to work on Tuesday morning because of a 24-hour strike by bus drivers.
Transport for London said there was significant disruption across the city because of the strike, which began at 4 a.m. local time.
Some 27,000 workers in the Unite trade union from 18 different bus companies are involved in the strike in which workers are seeking a single agreement covering pay and conditions. There were a limited number of buses still operating
Buses today could be delayed/cancelled due to industrial action, please allow extra time for your journey#BusStrike
— TfL Bus Alerts (@TfLBusAlerts)