Strike action on Sheffield's Supertram network is just hours away with staff to stage a walkout at 1am on Monday morning.
Bosses said services will be 'severely limited' on Monday, July 9, with only tram replacement bus services operating in the city.
As well as Monday's strike, the network will not operate on Thursday, July 12, as staff stage the second of their two 24-hour walkouts.
More information, replacement bus timetables and frequently asked questions are available on the Supertram website.
Stagecoach, who operate Sheffield's Supertram network, published advice for passengers affected by the strike on their website.
They said commuters should plan ahead before they traveled and consider whether they could travel at a different time on strike days or work at home.
Alternatively, they advised people to make other arrangements for getting to and from the city centre.
They said people could keep up to date on the latest news by visiting the Supertram website or using the Travel South Yorkshire disruptions page.
You can also follow @SCSupertram and @TSYalerts on Twitter, call Traveline on 01709 51 51 51 or visit a customer service desk or interactive kiosk at Travel South Yorkshire interchanges.