Significant disruptions in rail traffic are seen in England on Friday due to a strike by train drivers belonging to one of Britain's largest industry unions, Aslef, The Guardian reported.
This is the second strike this week by railroad workers demanding wage increases.
The largest railroad operators in England warned in advance that they would not be able to serve passengers during Friday.
The previous strike took place on Wednesday and was the largest protest in the country in 10 years. About half a million people took part. In addition to railroad workers, thousands of civil servants, school teachers and university professors took to the streets.
It is expected that the strikes in Great Britain will continue during February.