TfL: Tube passengers face severe delays and part closure for post-Easter work return

Tube passengers faced significant disruption on Tuesday morning (April 2) on the Bakerloo, Jubilee, Northern and Piccadilly lines.
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Commuters on four London Underground lines face disruption on Tuesday morning, according to Transport for London (TfL).

While severe delays are reported on the Bakerloo, Jubilee and Piccadilly lines, the Northern line has a part closure.

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The Tram service in south London has a planned part closure.

Severe delays are reported on the Bakerloo line after the late finish of engineering work, while the Jubilee line has been hit by severe delays due to an earlier faulty train.

The Northern line has a planned part-closure until Thursday April 11, with no service between Golders Green and Edgware due to planned engineering works.

The Piccadilly line has severe delays due to a signal fault at Stamford Brook.

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Until Wednesday April 24, trams will not be running between Wellesley Road/George Street and Beckenham Junction/Elmers End/New Addington. Eastbound trams are operating from Wimbledon to Wellesley Road, and westbound trams are running from George Street to Wimbledon.