Bus workers in London have been on strike today over a dispute concerning bonus pay for working during the Olympic Games. The strike is expected to continue until the end of the night shift on Saturday 23 June.
Transport for London (TfL) said staff and volunteers would be at key bus stations and on streets to advise passengers and hand out walking maps.
Victoria, St Pancras, Waterloo, Liverpool Street and London Bridge, will also be operating marshalled taxi ranks.
Bus workers are the only London transport workers not receiving an award for their extra effort during the Olympic Games. In contrast, London Underground staff will receive at least £850, whilst BAA staff could earn up to £1,200 in bonuses.
TfL advises commuters to check for disruption before they travel.
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