Unions representing striking London Underground staff say they have no intention of disrupting services with strikes over Christmas and the New Year.
They are due to meet London Underground bosses to try to avoid further Tube strikes in the row over 800 job losses.
Leaders of the Rail Maritime and Transport (RMT) union will meet management in a bid to resolve the row but the Transport Salaried Staffs Association union (TSSA) will not be taking part.
Tube services have returned to normal after the latest strike by 11,000 union members ended at 9pm yesterday.
The strike caused widespread disruption and inconvenience for passengers.
A fourth strike is currently scheduled for November 29.
– Alison Grinter