Travel problems remain for commuters on tube, roads and Overground

Travel problems remain for commuters on tube, roads and Overground

Travel problems remain for commuters on tube, roads and Overground

Travel problems remain for commuters on tube, roads and Overground

Travel problems remain for commuters on tube, roads and Overground

First published in News by , Chief Reporter

Commuters looking to get to work during the ongoing tube strike have faced numerous problems this morning.

Tooting Bec has been open but has been extremely busy, though nowhere near the gridlocked scenes at Tooting Broadway yesterday.

The Northern Line is said to be running a "good service" this morning.

A special service is running on the District Line between Upminster and Wimbledon, and High Street Kensington and Ealing Broadway every 12 minutes.

But there is no service on the rest of the line.

TfL have reported severe delays on the Overground between Stratford and Richmond, and also between Willesden Junction and Clapham Junction to "prevent overcrowding".

Nevertheless angry commuters took to Twitter to vent their frustrations over train delays.

Emily Carewe wrote: "Not gonna lie, I'm quite enjoying this tube strike. High speed journey from Balham to Moorgate with only half the stops, and I got a seat."

While Ana Emilia Silva tweeted: "Let me share yet another #tubestrike moment. Clapham Junction feels like a festival, with queue breaks and all."

South West are reported some minor delays but no major problems.

On the roads, according to TfL traffic news, the A3 is moving slowly in both directions between Clapham Junction and Stockwell..

There is also heavy congestion on the A24 between Morden and Vauxhall.

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