The DLR strike has again jammed the Underground network forcing London Bridge to close its doors to rush hour commuters. The station was forced to allow exit only, causing queues to build up on nearby roads including Tooley Street.
Canning Town, Stratford, Canary Wharf, West Ham, Shadwell and Canada Water are also exceptionally busy as the strike enters its second day.
Displaced commuters from the industrial action mean there are busier than usual services on the Jubilee, Central, District, Hammersmith & City and London Overground lines, and services through east London are expected to be much busier than usual.
The 48-hour walkout over working conditions is due to a dispute between the Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) union and service operator KeolisAmey Docklands (KAD). Transport for London (TfL) promised to lay on an "enhanced" bus service for DLR commuters.
Commuters caught up in the travel chaos Tweeted about their experiences: