TfL services carried up to a third more customers, during the Diamond Jubilee, with central London Tube journeys up by 50 per cent on Sunday.
Traffic in London was down by around 40 per cent as people acted on travel advice to avoid disruption, like bridge closures, caused by the celebrations.
London's Transport Commissioner, Peter Hendy CBE, said:
"The weekend's Diamond Jubilee celebrations were a fantastic occasion and a great moment for London. I want to thank Londoners and visitors for acting on our travel advice so that we could support the millions of journeys people made."
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