TfL services crippled by new 24-hour walkout...as RMT warns commuters to expect yet more strikes

Commuters were hit with fresh travel chaos on Thursday morning as a 24-hour Tube strike crippled London’s transport network.Passengers were urged to check their route before travelling with all 12 underground lines either suspended or part suspended as of 6.30am.The Elizabeth Line was running a good service but trains and buses are expected to be much busier than normal.Transport for London (TfL) said London Overground and DLR services may be subject to last minute changes on Thursday, while London Trams will be running a reduced timetable.The disruption is expected to continue into Friday morning.