A 24-hour strike on the London Underground by the train drivers union Aslef and the RMT over pensions and planned changes to staffing of the Underground network disrupted travel across the capital.
The Tube network was brought to a standstill, prompting TfL to warn passengers of little or no service.
Other services, such as Overground and DLR, were running normally but much busier than usual.
Roads were expected to be congested while disruption to the Elizabeth Line and London Overground was possible.
Commuters were still faced with disruption as some stations remained closed even after the strike action ended yesterday.
Thousands of commuters were affected by the latest 24-hour strike that brought the London Underground to a standstill on Wednesday.
While most Tube services were closed, the Overground and DLR were running normally but were much busier than usual.
Transport for London warned about possible disruption spilling over into other stations.
Members of the Aslef and RMT unions were protesting against a number of issues, including planned changes to staffing of the Underground network and pensions.
The seventh Tube strike in just over a year prompted Tfl to urge passengers to check their route before travelling.
The RMT said cuts were a "political decision" while Aslef warned that the action "will bring the network in the capital to a standstill".