London transport news LIVE: Latest Tube updates as LNER, Greater Anglia and c2c services hit by train strike

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  • February 2, 2024
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Southeastern trains now able to run between Stratford international and Ebbsfleet International

Trains that were disrupted because of a fault with the signalling system are now running again.

Southeastern trains currently unable to run between Stratford international and Ebbsfleet International

The disruption has been caused by a fault with the signalling system.
Engineers have been called and are en-route.

Minor delays to the Hammersmith and City Line

The Hammersmith and City Line is facing minor delays due to train cancellations.

There is a good service on all other lines.

Central Line severely delayed

The Central Line is severely delayed due to a shortage of trains again.

If you use LNER trains:

LNER is operating a reduced timetable today.

First and last services will be earlier and later than usual.

You can check your journey here.

If you’re flying to or from Stansted Airport today or this weekend:

The Stansted Express is running the following reduced service today:

  • Trains from Stansted Airport – hourly service, from 05.50am to 11.45pm 
  • Trains from London Liverpool Street – hourly service, from 04.40am and 11.25pm

Tomorrow first trains of the day will start later than usual but trains will depart from Stansted Airport and London Liverpool Street around every 30 minutes.

If you use Greater Anglia trains:

Today’s walkout will mean:

  • A reduced service will operate between Norwich, Cambridge, Colchester, Southend Victoria and London Liverpool Street and also between Stansted Airport and London Liverpool Street

  • No services will be running on other lines, including regional / branch lines

  • First trains of the day start later and last trains finish earlier than normal

Tomorrow’s first trains may also start later than usual as a knock-on effect to today’s industrial action.

If you use c2c trains:

There will be no c2c trains running at all today.

Tomorrow, when the line will be affected by the overtime ban, will see a reduced service until February 6.

You can check your specific journey here.

What lines are affected by Aslef strikes today?

Aslef drivers who work for c2c, Greater Anglia (including Stansted Express) and LNER will walk out today.

This is the third day of the union’s walkout, which is happening during an overtime ban as well.

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