By Claire West
According to Transport for London seventy-five per cent of stations are open, and over 40 per cent of trains are running.
Transport for London said;
Tube services are running on ten of London's eleven Tube lines this morning, despite a strike called by the leaderships of the RMT and TSSA unions.
As during the last strike 75 per cent of stations are open.
A total of 220 trains out of the usual fleet of 525 are running - over 40 per cent.
The Waterloo & City, Northern, Victoria and Metropolitan lines are all now running services from end to end, and the majority of the Jubilee and District lines are also being served.
Some stations may be currently closed.
Services are currently operating as follows:
Northern line - the full line is operating
Waterloo & City line - the full line is operating
Metropolitan line - the full line is operating
Victoria line - operating between Walthamstow Central and Victoria
Jubilee line - operating between Stratford and Wembley Park
Bakerloo line - operating between Queen's Park and Elephant & Castle, with London Overground services operating between Queens Park and Harrow & Wealdstone
District line - operating between Upminster and Ealing Broadway/Wimbledon
Piccadilly line - operating between Cockfosters and Kings Cross, and Heathrow Terminal 5 and Acton Town
Central line - operating between West Ruislip/Ealing Broadway and White City, and Hainault/Epping and Holborn
Hammersmith & City line - operating between Hammersmith and Moorgate
As announced last week, London Underground (LU) does not intend to operate the Circle line, as most of its stations are served by other lines.