Stratford route at 7:30 on 29 January

Here are the reported incidents at 7:30 on 29 January for the Tube system:

CENTRAL LINE: Suspended between Ruislip Gardens and West Ruislip due to a faulty train at West Ruislip. Valid tickets will be accepted on Chiltern Railways and London Buses via any reasonable route. DOCKLANDS LIGHT RAILWAY: Friday 29 January, suspended between Bank/Tower Gateway, Poplar and West India Quay. Rail replacement bus services operate.

Service A: between Bank and Canary Wharf, calling at Tower Gateway, Shadwell, Limehouse and Westferry.

Service B: between Bank and Canary Wharf, calling at Tower Gateway.

Mobility impaired passengers who require further assistance are advised to call 020 7363 9777 for advice.

For further information call DLR Customer Services on 020 7363 9700.

Click for DLR Planned Engineering Work website.

BANK DLR STATION: Closed until Monday 1 February.

EARL’S COURT STATION: No step free access to the Piccadilly line due to a faulty lift.

GREENFORD STATION: Due to works taking place, the car park will be closed until the end of 2010.

HAMMERSMITH STATION: No step free access to the westbound District and Piccadilly platform due to planned maintenance.

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Concern at airport pollution plan There are “clear inadequacies” in pollution safeguards for planned expansion of Heathrow Airport, London Assembly members say.

Thameslink franchise warning A minister refuses to rule out nationalising an “unacceptable” London railway line that suffered three months of disruption.

Mayor’s police move faces inquiry Harriet Harman urges ministers to investigate the London mayor’s decision to quit as head of the Met Police Authority.

Sex texts prison officer jailed A prison officer who exchanged romantic text messages with an inmate awaiting trial for rape is jailed for 21 months.

‘Stingy’ ?1 station short-cut fee Transport for London is criticised for its ‘Scrooge-like behaviour’ for charging rail passengers ?1 for using a short-cut to station.

Teenager admits Matalan stabbing A teenager admits he must have stabbed a shop manager who was murdered but tells a court he cannot recall the event.

Protesters plan runway ‘fortress’ Protesters plan to build a “fortress” occupied by “ordinary people” on land earmarked for Heathrow’s third runway.

Pete Doherty filmmaker dies A member of the Goldsmith dynasty, who was making a documentary about singer Pete Doherty, is found dead.

MMR doctor loses ethical ruling The Royal Free Hospital doctor who first suggested a link between MMR vaccination and autism is found guilty of unethical practices.

Lost item explosion shuts station Police carry out a controlled explosion on an unattended package at a Tube station in south-west London.

Man jailed for 7/7 victim fraud A bank employee from Cambridgeshire is jailed for using the account of a victim of the 7 July bombings to steal money.

Mexico fall student out of coma A student from south London who has been in a coma since falling seven floors from a balcony in Mexico wakes up.

Olympic cycle track ‘ready first’ The cycle track is on course to be the first London 2012 venue completed for the Olympic Games, the Olympic Delivery Authority says.

Fundraising online for good cause Seven-year-old London boy’s cycle ride for Haiti earthquake aid shows how fundraising websites are gaining popularity.

Perfecting the art of destruction Artist Michael Landy, who destroyed his possessions in the name of art, turns a London gallery into a bin for artworks.

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‘First of many’ A state-funded Hindu school opens in north London

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