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Early morning commuters form queues to board buses at Victoria station during the Tube strikeGetty

Transport for London (TfL) is warning commuters there could be further delays on the Tube as services return to normal following the biggest strike in a decade.

Millions of Londoners faced travel chaos following the strike by RMT, Unite and TSSA union members that started around 6.30pm on 8 July and continued on 9 July.

Docklands Light Railway, London Overground and the capital's buses are running but the methods of transport were much busier than usual as millions of passengers have been forced to find alternative journeys to and from work.

TfL said Tube services will return to normal in the morning of 10 July but there could be delays across all lines as the fallout of the strike is dealt with.

It is advising people to check the TfL website or Twitter feed for live updates before they travel.

Following a strike by its staff, First Great Western Trains said it will also expect disruption to its services until at least 11 July.

Steve Griffiths, London Underground's chief operating officer, said: "We thank Londoners for their patience today as we work hard to help them make their journeys.

"It's been very busy, particularly on the bus and road networks, although many people are travelling outside peak hours and walking and cycling.

"Our staff are working hard to help by providing maps, travel advice and other information. We are, as we always have been, ready to talk at any time to sort out this dispute."