More delays on the roads and rail services are expected as the south east is set to be hit by another Atlantic storm this weekend.
Flooding across the south of the country is causing major disruption to rail services into and out of London.
On the day that annual season tickets rise by 3.1 per cent, we compare the price of a yearly ticket bought in January 2013 to today.
No @ldnoverground service between Stratford and Richmond/Clapham Junction while we deal with a power supply problem at Hampstead Heath.
UPDATE: Central London: A401 Shaftesbury Avenue N/B at j/w Piccadilly Circus - All lanes open and traffic is flowing well. ALL CLEAR.
CLEARED: Trains between Clapham Junction and London Waterloo can now run normally following Over-running engineering works earlier
@phoenixoliver13 Hopefully by 12 /1 o'clock services should be running with only small delays. ^lloyd
A train that crashed into the roof of Blackfriars station has now been removed.
The broken down train has now been moved at Blackfriars, services will start to run through, however there will be delays & cancellations
There are delays after the top of a train crashed into Blackfriars station roof.
@robpalmski Southbound lines are currently blocked due to a broken down train at Blackfriars ^lloyd
@vikkivanboom At the moment services are delayed in both directions. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news. ^lloyd
Due to a broken down train at London Blackfriars @southernrailuk are accepting our tickets.
INFO: 09:30 London Victoria to Gatwick Airport has been cancelled due to a train fault
INFO: 10:20 Gatwick Airport to London Victoria has been cancelled due to a train fault