As more than 10,000 London Underground workers take strike action, the network is seeing all major tube lines suspended. 

But there are a few lines that are still operating at a limited capacity in the Elizabeth Line, London Overground, DLR, and the Tram. 

Although these lines are still operating today (June 21) they are all expected to be busier than normal and impacted by the strikes. 

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One running line, in particular, is facing serious impacts with the newly opened Elizabeth Line currently facing severe delays. 

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Elizabeth Line Strike Timetable: 

The new line is running on a reduced service operating between Paddington and Reading/Heathrow Airport and between Liverpool Street and Shenfield due to the strikes. 

The line normally runs until late in the evening with the last service just after midnight, but due to the strikes, the last train will be at 6pm today. 

You can check the Elizabeth Line timetables via the TfL website, which breaks the timetable up into three parts. 

Check the timetables here.