This weekend's 48-hour Tube strike that was set to cause travel misery for London has been called off.
RMT union confirmed on Friday (February 5) that the staff walkout over station modernisation plans and ticket office closures has been suspended.
London travellers will be breathing a sigh of relief, as the 48-hour strike which was expected to last until 9pm on Monday (February 8) would have likely caused travel chaos for weekend travellers and commuters.
The strike has reportedly been suspended to allow time for more talks in the dispute.
A letter to RMT members said: "Your RMT negotiating team has been in intensive talks with LUL to try to reach an agreement.
"All RMT station grades members should book on for shifts and work as normal.
"LUL has been informed accordingly that the dispute is now resolved and that all associated industrial action has been cancelled."
That's not all for Tube strikes however, as a set of seven walkouts by Underground maintenance staff were outlined on Friday, detailing industrial action up to June this year.
These planned strikes are part of a separate dispute between London Underground bosses and RMT, in what the unions say is a fight over safety.
The current timetable of planned Tube strikes this year
- 6.30am Friday (February 12) to 6.29am on Saturday (February 13)
- 6.30am to 6.29pm on Sunday (March 6)
- 6.30am Friday (March 25) to 6.29am Saturday (March 26)
- 6.30am Sunday (March 27) to 6.29am Monday (March 28)
- 6.30am to 6.29pm on Sunday (April 24)
- 6.30am to 6.29pm on Sunday (May 15)
- 6.30am to 6.29pm on Sunday (June 12)