Transport for London (TfL) has revealed the details of its "reduced service" during a 24-hour strike set to start today (January 8).
TfL said the strike will take place from 6pm on Sunday (January 8) for 24 hours, but that a "reduced service" will operate.
It means that most Zone 1 stations will be shut but National Rail services will not be affected by the strike, it adds.
There will be no services at all on the Victoria and Waterloo and City Lines, with all other services "severely affected", but all Docklands Light Railway (DLR) services will be running "busier than usual".
No services will run from interchange stations including Victoria, Kings Cross, Waterloo, Paddington, Euston, Bank and London Bridge.
But Piccadilly Line services will run between Hammersmith and Heathrow Terminals 1, 2 and 3, but not Terminals 4 or 5.
Steve Griffiths, chief operating officer for London Underground, said: "There is no need to strike.
"We had always intended to review staffing levels and have had constructive discussions with the unions.
"We agree that we need more staff in our stations and have already started to recruit 200 extra staff and is likely to increase further as we work through the other areas that need to be addressed.
"Taking into account existing vacancies and natural turnover this means that over 600 staff will be recruited for stations this year.
"There will also be increased opportunities for promotion."
Customers using the DLR are advised that there may be changes to services towards Bank, with trains terminating at Shadwell or Tower Gateway.
TfL has also warned that buses, roads and rail services will be much busier than usual.
Around 150 extra buses will be deployed to enhance existing routes and river services will be enhanced.
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