Stratford route at 7:30 on 19 November

Here are the reported incidents at 7:30 on 19 November for the Tube system:

BAKERLOO LINE: Minor delays due to a signal failure at Baker Street.

ACTON TOWN STATION: No step free access to platforms due to planned maintenance work.

ALDGATE EAST STATION: The ticket office is closed from Sunday 1 November until Sunday 13 December, inclusive. Ticket machines remain available in the ticket hall during the closure.

CHANCERY LANE STATION: From Monday 2 November until Thursday 30 December inclusive, the station will be open for exit only on weekdays between 0730 and 1000 due to escalator refurbishment works. For the Central line please use nearby Holborn station which is a 6-8 minute walk from Chancery Lane.

GOLDERS GREEN STATION: From Tuesday 17 November until Thursday 17 December, no step-free access between the ticket hall and platforms.

GOLDERS GREEN: No step free access until end of December due to planned maintenance work.

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

LIVERPOOL STREET STATION: Reduced escalator service due to emergency engineering works. Customers are advised to access the Central line via the entrances located next to platforms 1 and 10 in the main National Rail station concourse.

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.

WEST HAM: No step free access to the District and Hammersmith & City line platforms due to a faulty lift.

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