Bus strikes that would have affected parts of north west London and Hertfordshire have been called off.

Strike action over February and March has taken place because of a dispute over pay and conditions, and more than 2,000 members of the Unite union who are employed by French-owned RATP have taken action.

RATP operates three subsidiaries across the London bus network – London Sovereign, London United and Quality Line – and Quality Line said it reached a resolution last week (March 23) with union Unite.

Now London Sovereign, which was set to hold a demonstration tomorrow (March 31) has called off the strike.

This means that the affected routes will run as normal.

The routes that would have been affected includes: 79, 142, 183, 251, 258, 288, 303, 326, 395, 398, 642, N5, H9, H10, H11, H12, H14, H17, H18 and H19

London United remains without a resolution and will go ahead with the planned strike action on Wednesday (March 31) and Thursday (April 1) affecting routes in the west and south west of London, as well as parts of Surrey.

Anyone needing to travel near the south of London is asked to check tfl.gov.uk/bus-strike for the latest travel information.