So it looks like the tube strike is definitely happening.
Which, depending on your point of view, is either a disgraceful inconvenience from greedy workers, or a fair stand against unfair pay and conditions from a strong union.
Either way, it means that the motorised arteries of London will be falling silent from 6:30pm - for the full details on exactly when, what and how, check out our guide.
But for those still expected to struggle into the office, it's going to mean finding alternative transport - and what better than old shanks' pony?
Luckily, most stations in the middle of London are conveniently close together, meaning that walking can be a relatively swift affair (and in some cases when the tubes are running, quicker than dealing with the faff of entering and exiting stations while waiting for a train that isn't rammed like a sardine can).
Ary & Joe Creatives has come up with this super-useful map which details exactly what the walking time is between every station in central London - so you can work out exactly how much time to leave to reach your destination - and there'll definitely be no delays this time.
So leave the burrows of the Undeground network for one day and enjoy a stroll around London instead (accompanied by thousands of extra cyclists and motorists) using the map below - click to zoom in.