Video Loading

Piccadilly Line commuters faced more travel woe on Friday morning (November 3).

A signalling fault at King's Cross means there are severe delays between Acton Town and Heathrow / Uxbridge, with the rest of the line also affected.

Transport for London (TfL) said tickets would be accepted on on local buses, Great Northern, Greater Anglia and Heathrow Connect.

It is not known how long it will take to fix the fault.

At around 6am TfL tweeted the problem had resulted in no service between Arnos Grove and Acton Town.

The rest of the Piccadilly line is running with minor delays, TfL said.

We will be bringing you all the latest updates on our live blog.

Keep up to date with the latest news from west London via the free getwestlondon app.

You can set up your app to see news and events from your area, and receive notifications for any breaking news.

It's available to download, for free, from the App Store or Google Play for Android .

Packed tube trains

"Minor delays"

There are now reportedly only minor delays on the Piccadilly line.

Food for thought

Commuters are still expressing their anger at TfL following the delays this morning.

Severe delays remain

A spokesman for TfL has said there are still severe delays on the Piccadilly line this morning.

Tickets are being accepted on local buses and some refunds may be available.

Glass half full

On a more positive(ish) note, Glen Barnham said at least the tube service is consistent.

A less than happy Friday

Some strong accusations from this user, who suggests TfL is a prolific Friday ruiner.

Refunds are available

'You owe me a job'

Here's a few tweets we can publish

Anger directed at TfL

There’s a few more tweets with some rather fruity language directed at TfL, so we’ll steer clear of those.

It goes without saying...

That passengers are far from happy. One Twitter user, appropriately named @grumpylondoner1, has said to TfL:

I actually hate you. Piccadilly line suspended. Stranded. Have to get to Heathrow and no staff give a s***. Thanks.”

Some good news

The only good news I can bring delayed commuters is that the rest of the Tube network is running to a good service.

Even St James’s Park Station, which was closed earlier due to lack of staff, has reopened.

Fault at King's Cross

Problems are being caused by a signal fault at King’s Cross, say TfL.

It has not said when it expects the service to return to normal.

Not a good morning

What every Piccadilly line commuter dreads...

http://www.getwestlondon.co.uk/all-about/traffic-and-travel