TUBE passengers face Jubilee line disruption this Easter Weekend - and a strike by drivers on Tuesday.
On Saturday and Sunday, March 30 and 31, Transport for London said there will be no service between Stanmore and West Hampstead stations due to planned engineering works.
Rail replacement buses will operate instead with Service A calling at Stanmore, Canons Park, Queensbury, Kingsbury, Wembley Park and Stonebridge Park, where customers can connect to the Bakerloo line.
Service B runs between Wembley Park and Finchley Road, stopping at Neasden, Dollis Hill, Willesden Green, Kilburn and West Hampstead.
Furthermore, a strike by Jubilee line drivers working out of the Greenwich and Stratford depots who are members of the RMT and ASLEF unions has been called for Tuesday, April 2, and if it goes ahead, there will be no service between Stanmore and Wembley Park.
RMT general secretary Bob Crow said: “There has been a cynical attempt to trivialise the issues at the heart of this dispute but the fact is they amount to a systematic undermining of working conditions and staff morale on a tube line that faces constant pressure from frequent breakdowns and failures and where drivers are in the front line of trying to maintain both an effective service and passenger safety.
“Union reps have repeatedly told management that staff are sick of the gradual decline in working conditions and facilities which have been allowed to degenerate into a disgusting state and which appears to be another petty and vindictive way of sniping at union members on the Jubilee Line.
"Communication with staff and union reps has also been undermined and support from managers for staff has been systematically stripped away. Union warnings have been ignored and it is that attitude from management that has led to this strike action."
Howard Collins, London Undergriund's chief operating officer, said: 'The ASLEF and RMT leaderships raised a number of issues with us, all of which we have either addressed or are happy to discuss further.
"The main complaint from ASLEF, which centred on the attendance record of one driver, has now been resolved.
"Discussions are continuing to deal with the final remaining issues.
"Should the strike go ahead LU will be running as many train services as possible on the Jubilee line on Tuesday, but customers should check before they travel and plan an alternative route, avoiding the Jubilee line and key interchanges where possible."