Stratford route at 7:30 on 19 January

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

CIRCLE LINE: Suspended due to a faulty train at Aldgate.

HAMMERSMITH & CITY LINE: Suspended between Moorgate and Barking due to a faulty train at Aldgate.

METROPOLITAN LINE: Suspended between Baker Street and Aldgate due to a faulty train at Aldgate.

DISTRICT LINE: Severe delays are occurring due to a faulty train at Aldgate.

BANK DLR STATION: Closed until the end of January.

EDGWARE STATION: No step free access to all platforms due to a faulty lift.

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

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.

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