Commuters are reporting long queues and delays for buses across London this morning on the last day of this week's tube strike.
Members of the RMT and TSSA unions will end their 48-hour walkout at 9pm tonight and officials will meet Underground bosses tomorrow to try to resolve a row over the closure of Tube ticket offices.
London Underground said more trains were running to more destinations and more stations than yesterday.
Transport for London are operating a limited service on most tube lines, but they advise to check before you travel.
Union leaders were under pressure tonight to call off the strike after it emerged new peace talks would take place on Friday.
Bob Crow has told ITV News that he does not use ticket offices at London Underground stations.