Train Strikes - Please allow more time to get to appointments

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20 Sep 2022

Prepare for the upcoming train disruptions

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October will see a series of transport strikes that may increase the travel time to your appointments.
Update - 28/09/22
The planned bus strikes across north and northeast London on October 4  will no longer be taking place and bus services will continue as normal. 

National Rail
have announced that due to industrial action, there will be extremely limited services running on the rail network on Saturday 1 October, Wednesday 5 October, and Saturday 8 October.
In addition to this, on Tuesday 4 October, some bus routes in north and northeast London will be impacted by the Arriva bus strike.
The strikes will cause minor disruption to London Overground and Elizabeth line services.  Most TfL services will continue to run.
Please note that travel disruption is possible the day after each strike due to the knock-on impact from reduced staffing and services.  
To check which transport areas are affected by the strike, head to the TfL Strike information page and the  National Rail Industrial Action Information page.
Plan your journey here

If you have a face-to-face appointment, please allow more time for your journey to make sure that you arrive on time. Telephone and video appointments should not be affected.
If you are unable to attend your face-to-face appointment, please contact us to reschedule. You can contact us using the details on your appointment letter or alternatively you can call us on 020 7288 5511.
Whittington Health staff will be working hard to minimise any impact on services on days affected by the strikes. Knowing in advance if you can no longer attend your appointment will help us to ensure that services continue to run as smoothly as possible.


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