London commuters have endured hellish journeys to work this morning as the latest wave of tube strikes clogged roads and overwhelmed buses and trains.
The strikes, organised by the Rail, Maritime and Transport Union, and which are over tube office closures, saw rush-hour passengers facing huge delays and discomfort.
Swathes of the Tube network are running reduced services. For more details, see our travel information here.
Updates from tormented commuters have already begun to roll in on Twitter. We’ll post more updates as we get them.
Queue of people trying to get on the bus at Liverpool Street #tubestrikepic.twitter.com/2BjRHDakRR
— Liam (@Liammcmahon) April 29, 2014
Latest from the Bob Crow Memorial Strike: productive people immobilised at Waterloo. #tubestrike@EveningStandardpic.twitter.com/bNRfduDrKA
— Zachary Tate (@zjtate91) April 29, 2014
This is madness! #tubestrikepic.twitter.com/MAtbyxwTmu
— Hena Paracha (@henaparacha) April 29, 2014
Could the strike spark a revolution?:
Shocking rush hour scenes at Kings Cross this morning #tubestrike(with thanks @davidlberesford) pic.twitter.com/w911cuubNR
— David Schneider (@davidschneider) April 29, 2014
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