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Strike action could affect buses next week.

Unite the Union has announced three days of bus strike action over pay that affects 37 routes in South London on Monday and Tuesday.

Bus drivers at three Arriva London garages also went on strike today, affecting routes around Brixton, Streatham, Croydon and Thornton Heath, as well as small parts of Surrey.

If next week’s action goes ahead it will affect services all day on until the early hours of Wednesday.

Transport for London (TfL) said it was doing everything it could to reduce the impact of any strike action on Londoners by running as many bus services as possible and contacting every registered customer in the area, however customers are advised to check before they travel and leave extra time for their journeys.

See tfl.gov.uk/bus-strike for the latest updates

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