Need to take the Tube home from Canary Wharf this evening?

Services will be suspended from the estate from 6pm.

Also online: How to get to Canary Wharf during the Tube Strike

Transport for London is suggesting commuters travel as early as possible and has said it expects the Jubilee Line and other underground routes to be “exceptionally busy”.

It also suggests allowing more time for journeys.

But if you have a meeting in E14 after 6pm, all is not lost.

London’s Overground, DLR, TfL rail and tram services be operating a normal service.

Marshals will also be on-hand to manage demand at taxi ranks at National Rail stations.

The Thames Clippers will boost its services with additional boats on Wednesday, July 8 and Thursday, July 9.

A shuttle boat service will run between Greenland, Canary Wharf and London Bridge every 10 to 20 minutes on a first come first served basis. Customer are advised to pre-book their journey .

Staff from multiple unions are involved in the strike which will run until Friday, July 10.

Go to the TfL website for more travel information.