Following reports of a shooting incident outside the Houses of Parliament in Westminster , here is all the information you need to know about travel.

The incident is being treated as terror-related and the surrounding roads have been cornered off.


Transport for London (TfL) is reporting that Westminster station is closed.

Your next nearest Tube stations are London Waterloo, Embankment, Charing Cross, Lambeth North and St. James's Park, which are all within a short walking distance.


Buses in the area are subject to diversions and early terminations.

London Underground are accepting bus tickets in Zone 1 travel.


All roads leading towards Westminster Bridge and Parliament Square are closed and according to TfL, traffic is heavy in the area.

The A302 Bridge Street is closed westbound between Westminster Bridge and Parliament Square.

Westminster Bridge is closed westbound at York Road and all entries to Parliament Square have been closed off to traffic.

Victoria Embankment has been closed southbound at Northumberland Avenue.

Victoria Street at the junction with Storeys Gate has been closed towards Parliament Square.

Whitehall is closed southbound at the junction with Horseguards Avenue.

Millbank is closed to traffic northbound at Lambeth Bridge.

All traffic is currently being diverted by the police.

The following picture shows the current traffic situation on surrounding roads in the centre of London.

Google Traffic shows heavy traffic in the area

TfL is warning of slow moving traffic traffic northbound on Lambeth Palace Road with queues from Royal Street.

Traffic is also queuing southbound on York Road with tailbacks all the way to Leake Street.

Traffic southbound is slow moving to Downing Street.

Motorists are being advised to use an alternative route.


There is severe disruption to river services due to a police river closure.

There will be no RB6 service until further notice and the RB1 and RB2 services are also affected.

Services will not be calling at Embankment, Westminster or London Eye piers.

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