After weekend snow caused delays and partial closures, Transport for London says the capital’s roads and public transport services are open and running.
In a statement Leon Daniels, Managing Director of Surface Transport, said: “All of London’s strategic road network, and the Capital’s other major routes, are open this morning.
“We are running 100 per cent of buses with only one route with a minor diversion, trains are operating across all lines on the Tube, DLR and London Overground network and 4,000 tonnes of grit have been spread across the Capital’s roads.
Daniels says gritters would be “out in force again throughout the day clearing snow and keeping the Tube, DLR and London Overground networks running and gritting London’s strategic routes with thousands of tonnes of salt.”
Rail services are also returning to normal after the snow caused delays.
At Heathrow BAA says the airport is operating “our usual flight schedule” after a reduced service was implemented on Sunday.