City centre footfall battered by rail and tube strike chaos

St Pancras station in London

Footfall dropped across city centre shopping destinations as people opted to stay home and avoid the strikes.

Springboard insight director Diane Werhle told Retail Week that it was clear many people were choosing to work from home to avoid the strikes across both the UK rail network and TfL services in London.

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