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Circle line returns as Tube gets back to normal


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Circle line returns as Tube gets back to normal
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date
4 August 2005
source Transport for London
type Press release



London Underground (LU) confirmed that Circle line services in the morning and evening peaks have been restored today, exactly four weeks since the attacks at Edgware Road, Russell Square and Aldgate.

All Circle line stations are presently being served, even when the Circle line is not running

Since 7 July, the Circle line has been suspended in its entirety.

However, because all the services have been restored to the affected stretches of the District, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines, all Circle line stations are presently being served, even when the Circle line is not running.

Restoring Tube services to all lines and stations within the space of four weeks is a tremendous achievement and one that has been made possible by the incredible efforts from LU, Metronet and Tube Lines staff.

For 24-hour information on all London travel, please call: 020-7222 1234 or visit TfL's website:
www.tfl.gov.uk

Live information on TfL's Realtime pages displays latest updates to London's transport modes, including the Tube, DLR, bus and Network Rail
www.tfl.gov.uk/realtime

Journey Planner checks the transport network's status before providing results. The best available route will be shown automatically
www.tfl.gov.uk/journeyplanner

Travel alerts via SMS and email can be set up at www.tfl.gov.uk/alerts


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