TFL is reporting "minor delays" on the Jubilee line due to the earlier signal failure at London Bridge.
Commuters faced another day of travel chaos on the Jubilee line on Friday (2 October) after a signal failure at London Bridge in the height of the morning rush hour. As thousands of Londoners tried to get to work, the Jubilee Line was suspended between Waterloo and Canary Wharf leading to a public backlash on social media.
Meanwhile an IBTimes UK reporter at Bank station said that the station had been evacuated with commuters being told that they would need to find another way to work.
A spokesman for Transport for London (TFL) said that from 8.30am the Jubilee line was suspended between Canary Wharf and Waterloo stations. There is a severe delay on the rest of the line
The spokesman added that an emergency response team is on the tracks in the London Bridge area to identify the fault and fix the issue as soon as possible and advised commuters to use alternative routes. It is not known how long the problem will take to resolve and when services on the line will be back up and running.
TFL apologised for the delays. At the time of writing, the TFL website was showing a "good service" on the line with the page saying: "There are currently no major line disruptions reported on the network".