Thursday’s motion will be the sixth 24-hour walkout by the Rail Maritime and Transport union (RMT) in 2022 in a row over job cuts and pension adjustments.
Transport for London (TfL) apologised to passengers and said it remained open to discussions had refused its supply to droop strike motion.
The RMT claimed Transport for London (TfL) had refused its supply to droop strike motion.
The RMT said it proposed on Tuesday that deliberate job cuts had been suspended till the tip of this year and that TfL make a transparent statement that London Underground wouldn’t agree to detrimental assaults on pensions arising out of a assessment they’re conducting with the Government.
RMT general secretary Mick Lynch said: “TfL have missed a golden opportunity to make progress in these negotiations and avoid strike action on Thursday.
“Our members are resolute in their determination to see a just settlement to this jobs and pensions dispute.
“They will continue their industrial campaign for as long as it takes.
“TfL need to start making compromises and work with the union to reach a deal that works for staff and avoids further disruption to the lives of passengers.”
TfL has suggested passengers not to journey as it expects “limited or no service”.
It urged passengers who do try to journey to verify before they accomplish that. It warned London Overground and DLR services may be topic to last minute adjustments as a results of the Tube strike, whereas London Trams will be operating a decreased timetable.
Disruption from the strike will proceed to have an effect on services into Friday morning.
Glynn Barton, TfL’s chief working officer, said: “I would like to apologise to our customers for any disruption caused by Thursday’s industrial action.
“We met with the RMT and Unite this week to urge them to call off this Tube strike as no proposals to change pensions or circumstances have been made.
“Unfortunately, no agreement could be reached but we remain open for discussions as there is still time for the unions to call off this action.
“Customers ought to verify before they journey on Thursday and we’re advising them to expect very restricted or no service on the Tube.
“London Overground, the Elizabeth line and DLR services may be subject to last minute changes, including non-stopping at some stations shared with London Underground. London Trams will also be running a reduced timetable.”