Stratford route at 7:30 on 3 March

Here are the reported incidents at 7:30 on 3 March for the Tube system:

METROPOLITAN LINE: Monday 1 until Friday 5 March inclusive, suspended between Moorgate and Aldgate. A slightly reduced peak hour service operates on the Uxbridge branch.

BAKERLOO LINE: Minor delays are occurring due to a signal failure at Queens Park.

ALDGATE STATION: Monday 1 until Friday 5 March, inclusive, closed.

EARLS COURT: No step free access to the eastbound District line platforms.

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

STRATFORD STATION: No step free access to the eastbound Central line platform.

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