Tube services are returning to normal today (Feb 7) after two days of travel chaos and misery .

Millions were affected by the strike over planned job cuts and ticket office closures which ended at 9 o'clock last night.

London Underground (LU) said earlier today that up to 190 of 270 stations were open, but a full service could not resume immediately because of shift patterns.

LU is to meet Union bosses later today in a bid to avert another strike next week.

Despite the travel chaos, Transport for London claimed up to 75% of stations remained open during the strike and up to 45% of regular Tube users still made their journeys on the Tube. It also said more than 90% of regular Oyster customers travelled.

 

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