If the planned strike by RMT members goes ahead it will cause extreme chaos to London's transport network, with many commuters facing trouble getting into work, as witnessed by last month's industrial action .
RMT Tube workers plan to walkout in a dispute over Tube station staffing and safety, after almost 900 staff members were let go.
TfL said that it has committed to recruiting at least 650 new station staff this year, adding: "Talks are ongoing at ACAS this week to provide clarification on the implementation of these proposals."
Advice ahead of the strike
During the walkout from Sunday February 5, until Wednesday February 8, most underground stations in Zone 1 and many across the network, will be closed.
TfL has said it will be working hard to minimise disruption and will open as many stations as possible.
It said: "Customers should check before they travel, allow more time for their journey and avoid the peak times if they can."
"TfL will use the services it is able to run to get as many people as close to central London as possible.
"Bus services, particularly those from National Rail stations, will be exceptionally busy, so customers are advised is to complete journeys from these stations by foot if at all possible.
"Customers less able to walk are advised to use buses and to allow more time for journeys."
If if is essential for motorists to drive through London, TfL warns drivers should try and stick to the North and South Circular or the M25 around the capital.
London Underground’s chief operating officer, Steve Griffiths, said: “Our plan is to use the services we are able to run to get as many people as close to central London as possible.
"There will be posters, digital boards and announcements in stations to keep people informed of the latest level of service."
Your step by step guide
Sunday February 5
Stations will begin to close at 8pm, so customers should ensure they have completed their Tube journeys by this time.
Monday February 6
There will be no tube service between 5.30am and 7am with a limited service running from 7am.
Customers are advised to re-plan their journeys.
Stations will begin to reopen from 4pm, but customers should check before travelling.
Tuesday February 7
A normal service will operate until midday when stations will begin to close and there will be a limited service.
Services will completely close at 8pm, so customers should plan accordingly.
Wednesday February 8
There will be no service between 5.30am and 7am, with a limited service running from 7am until 9am.
Normal service is expected to resume at 9am.
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