London's commuters are facing severe delays and disruptions on the Piccadilly line .

There is a shortage of trains to run on the line after industrial action by RMT union members who work on train maintenance at the depots in Nothfields and Cockfosters.

There are minor delays elsewhere on the Underground, on the Bakerloo and Victoria lines.

Commuters were also delayed on Wednesday (July 26) after a woman "fell into a train" at Hammersmith station.

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Good service

Good news this morning as all lines are reporting a good service.

The Piccadilly line has apologised for the delays over the last couple of says.

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Severe delays remain in place

Transport for London is still reporting severe delays on the line.

Earlier this evening Frinsbury Park station was closed due to over crowding.

The Circle line is also experiencing minor delays due to an earlier signal failure.

We’ll bring you more updates as we get them tonight and will be back tomorrow morning for the latest.

Traffic update

Traffic is currently flowing well in west London.

We will keep you updated with the latest traffic and travel news as rush hour continues.

Other line

The Piccadilly line still has severe delays, despite industrial action now being suspended.

London Underground said there was a shortage of trains caused by industrial action carried out by maintenance staff at the depots in Northfields and Cockfosters.

All other lines have a good service.

Bakerloo reopened

The Bakerloo line has reopened and now has minor delays across the whole route.

Most of the line had to be suspended for emergency works at Piccadilly Circus.

No service on Bakerloo line

There is now NO SERVICE on the Bakerloo between Elephant and Castle and Queen’s Park.

The rest of the line is also suffering minor delays.

Use alternative route

The Piccadilly line tweeted that customers should try to find an alternative route for their journey if possible.

This is the second day in a row that users of the line are having to deal with serious disruption after a woman “fell into a train” at Hammersmith yesterday.

What about the roads?

There’s a few troublesome spots of traffic in west London.

The traffic lights are not working on the A4 Cromwell Road, at the junction with Exhibition Road outside the Venezuelan Embassy.

Traffic is also very slow on the M25 anticlockwise between Junction 12 for Heathrow Terminal 4 and Junction 12 for the M3.

Traffic is also slow on the A40 Westway leading onto the Marylebone Flyover.

There is also heavy traffic at the Hanger Lane Gyratory with delays of up to 15 minutes.

Victoria line update

The Victoria line was suffering delays all day today after a faulty train at Green Park station earlier this morning.

That delay was cleared at around 3.30pm.

What do I do if I'm affected by the delays?

If you rely on the Piccadilly or Bakerloo lines to get home after work there are some alternatives.

For Piccadilly passengers your tickets are being accepted on London Buses as well as Great Northern and Greater Anglia trains via ‘any reasonable route’.

If you need to take the Bakerloo, tickets are being accepted on London Buses and the London Overground from Euston to Harrow & Wealdstone

What is the situation on all London Underground lines?

There are severe delays on the Bakerloo line as well as the Piccadilly.

The Bakerloo delays are caused by emergency engineering works at Piccadilly Circus.

At present all other lines including the London Overground are running a good service but we will keep you updated if this changes.

Action suspended

A spokesman for RMT, the union behind the overtime ban, has said that London Underground has submitted a proposal to the union which is being considered.

As a result the industrial action has been suspended for now, as members vote on the terms of the offer.

Despite the suspension taking immediate effect it is unlikely to have an immediate impact on the service as trains are being worked on.

“They have made an offer which we are considering so all action has been suspended with immediate effect”

What is the strike action about?

You probably remember the situation in November last year when the Piccadilly line ran just one train every ten minutes.

That was because leaves on the track had caused the wheels to ‘get flatted’.

Work is now necessary to replace wheels on the trains but in order to do so temporary staff were hire, in contravention of an agreement between Tube Lines, a TfL subsidiary and the unions.

They went on industrial action on Tuesday at 7am.

For full details of the action read our article here: