Richard Hartley-Parkinson

London snow travel updates as Tube lines suffer and TfL is hit by delays
Snow and ice are affecting large parts of the Underground network this morning (Picture: Rex Shutterstock)

London is this morning under the grip of the Beast from the East with problems on the roads and rails across the city.

Heavy snow has made driving treacherous and many buses are expected to be running behind schedule.

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There are delays and suspended services on the Central Line, District Line, DLR, Jubilee, London Overground and Piccadilly, largely as a result of the snow and ice.

The Central Line has no service from Woodford to Epping because of a faulty train causing minor delays on the rest of the line.

The District Line is suffering severe delays because of a signal failure due to snow and ice. The worst effected parts of the track are between Edgware Road and Wimbledon, and Earls Court to Tower Hill.

Docklands Light Railway is suffering minor delays between Bank and Lewisham.

The Jubilee Line is suffering minor delays due to an absence of train drivers.

London Overground is suffering minor delays between Stratford and Richmond / Clapham Junction due to faulty trains. Minor delays between Euston and Watford Junction due to a faulty train Minor delays between Liverpool Street and Cheshunt due to a points failure at Clapton.

For updates visit the TfL website.


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