Tube lines across London have been hit by the cold weather, with delays currently being reported across all but three lines.
The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for London and the south east of England due to icy conditions, which is expected to continue into tomorrow morning (December 13).
Much of the capital has been blanketed in snow, causing major disruptions to traffic.
According to Transport for London (TfL), all lines except three, plus the tram, are currently experiencing delays.
London transport is impacted this morning by overnight snow and freezing temperatures. Check your journey in advance and allow more time to travel https://t.co/BLOy3SnKce
— Transport for London (@TfL) December 12, 2022
These are noted as minor across most, with the Piccadilly, Victoria, Metropolitan and District only reporting minor delays.
However, severe delays are recorded for the Central, Circle, Hammersmith and City and Jubilee lines, plus the Bakerloo between Queen’s Park and Harrow and Wealdstone.
The London Overground is also both part-suspended and severely delayed, including between Gospel Oak and Barking Riverside, as is the Northern.
Waterloo and City, Elizabeth line, DLR and the tram however are all reporting a good service.
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