Transport for London services this evening
LU and London Buses are mutually accepting one another's tickets for travel via any reasonable route
London Buses is also experiencing disruption with a number of routes on diversion or part-suspended.
Throughout the day, fallen trees and other debris have caused disruption to most open sections of the Tube network.
Speed restrictions have also been introduced on some open sections of the Tube network for safety reasons.
LU is working with infrastructure companies Tube Lines and Metronet to remove debris from tracks as quickly as possible but inevitably this will result in disruption to services.
Disruption is also being experienced on the Docklands Light Railway, London River Services, Croydon Tramlink and National Rail services.
LU and London Buses are mutually accepting one another's tickets for travel via any reasonable route.
LU will also accept valid National Rail and Docklands Light Railways tickets via any reasonable route.
The advice to passengers is to check before you travel this evening via the following options and allow extra time for journeys:
- The TfL website: www.tfl.gov.uk/realtime
- The London Travel Information 24-hour telephone helpline: 020 7222 1234
- BBC Ceefax, page 436, or ITV's Teletext, page 164
- Information on 'Good Service' boards at Tube stations