As Londoners prepare to head home, trains are now running on ten of the eleven Tube lines.
Up to 40 per cent of Tube services operated today as the 'paralysis' predicted by the leaderships of the RMT and TSSA unions once again failed to materialise.
All of London's key stations are operating, including Liverpool Street, London Bridge, Victoria, Euston, Stratford, Waterloo, Holborn, Heathrow, Kings Cross, Finsbury Park, Paddington, Earl's Court, and Whitechapel.
Only the Circle line has no services.
With virtually all Circle line stations being served by other lines an operational decision was made not to run Circle line services, and to maximise the service on other parts of the network instead.
Services are currently operating as follows:
The situation continues to be fluid, with other Tube services operating when possible.
Disruption is possible into the evening and some stations will be closed on sections of the lines that are being served.
Passengers are advised to complete their journeys as early into the evening as possible as late evening services may be reduced or withdrawn in preparation for full services resuming tomorrow morning.
Check before travelling using the TfL website.
Good services are operating on the bus network, Docklands Light Railway, and London Overground.
More than 100 extra bus services have been provided, along with capacity for an additional 10,000 journeys on river services and marshalled taxi ranks.
The number travelling by Barclays Cycle Hire bike increased by around 25 per cent.
Volunteers are on hand at bus, Tube, and rail stations to help passengers and distribute walking maps and other useful information.
Howard Collins, Chief Operating Officer of London Underground (LU), said: 'The unions have once again failed to bring London to a halt.
'Although most Londoners will have experienced some disruption, we have had up to 40 per cent of Tube trains running today and, together with additional bus and river services, we have kept London moving.
'We've got trains running on ten of our eleven lines, and all of our key stations have been served.
'It is incredible that the two union leaderships have pursued this action when they have been given cast-iron assurances that the staffing changes we are making come with no compulsory redundancies or loss of earnings, that every station that currently has a ticket office will retain one, and that every station will remain staffed at all times.
'They should now see sense, and call off this pointless industrial action.'
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