Stratford route at 7:30 on 5 October

Here are the reported incidents at 7:30 on 5 October for the Tube system:

WATERLOO & CITY: Suspended due to late finishing engineering works.

CIRCLE LINE: Severe delays are occurring due to a trespasser on the track earlier at Earls Court.

DISTRICT LINE: Severe delays are occurring due to a trespasser on the track earlier at Earls Court.

DOCKLANDS LIGHT RAILWAY: Suspended between Poplar and Prince Regent and between Poplar and London City Airport due to a faulty train at Canning Town. London Underground will accept tickets by any reasonable route.

CAMDEN TOWN STATION: From Wednesday 22 July until Tuesday 13 October, there will be no down escalator available, access to the platforms is via a spiral staircase. During weekends and Bank Holidays, the station will be exit only at certain times. Customers who are unable to use the spiral staircase or are travelling at weekends will need to use Mornington Crescent or Chalk Farm stations to access the Northern line.

EUSTON UNDERGROUND STATION: From Monday 17 August until Monday 9 November, there will be a reduced escalator service to the southbound Northern line (Bank Branch) and southbound Victoria line platforms due to refurbishment works. Access to these platforms will be via a spiral staircase only. Customers with luggage are advised to take local bus routes to Kings Cross St Pancras station for connections with these services. Valid Underground tickets will be accepted on these local routes.

FINCHLEY CENTRAL STATION: From Friday 25 September until Wednesday 28 October, no step-free lift access between the platforms and the ticket hall.

GREENFORD STATION: Due to station upgrade works to provide step-free access, the car park will be closed until the end of 2010.

HENDON CENTRAL STATION: From Friday 4 September until early October, no step-free access between the platforms and the ticket hall due to planned maintenance work.

KING’S CROSS ST. PANCRAS STATION: Reduced escalator service until early November 2009.

OXFORD CIRCUS: Until April 2010, due to escalator work Central line passengers travelling to Oxford Street are strongly advised to avoid exiting at Oxford Circus station. Use Bond Street or Tottenham Court Road stations instead. Access to the Central line and interchange with the Bakerloo and Victoria lines is not affected.

PICCADILLY CIRCUS STATION: Reduced escalator service until further notice.

SOUTHGATE STATION: Reduced escalator service until late December 2009.

SOUTHWARK STATION: Westbound trains are not stopping due to faulty platform edge doors.

ST PAULS STATION: Until Friday 23 October, on Mondays to Fridays between 0730 and 1000, the station will be exit only due to escalator modernisation works. Please use Mansion House or Chancery Lane stations instead.

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