London commuters have faced travel torture as bus drivers went on strike across the city.
The strike which started on Tuesday morning is due to end on Wednesday morning.
The reaction on social media has been wide-ranging so far:
The bus strike gave me an excuse not to go to work. Thanks guys!
— Nazifa (@Nazifaa_JR) January 13, 2015
Be thankful to even have a job and stop whinging #BusStrike — Hayley Evans (@hayleyevans777) January 13, 2015
This @unitetheunion #BusStrike has drawn attention to just how well some drivers are paid to operate no-cash buses pic.twitter.com/hKI39fTUpc
— David Flynn (@David_Flynn) January 13, 2015
Great to see so many London bus drivers defying strike today, showing solidarity with the millions who depend on them. — Fraser Nelson (@FraserNelson) January 13, 2015
Although some bus services are not running, many buses are still on the road. Commuters should expect severe delays and cancellations as only 30 per cent of the services usually available are guaranteed.
The walkout is due to a pay disparity issue which Wayne King – London’s regional officer for Unite, the union that represents 27,000 bus workers across Greater London – blamed wholly on the 18 companies running the London bus network.
Check out our slideshow below for pictures from the strike
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Featured photo by Martin Cervenansky