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Tube Journeys Jumped 8% Last Week as Londoners Returned to Work

London subway journeys rose 8% last week, bringing ridership to its highest levels since early December, when the omicron coronavirus wave interrupted a year-long recovery.

The London Underground averaged 2.2 million journeys from Jan. 24-28, according to figures provided by Transport for London. Monday morning saw a further 9% jump, according to data from the city agency, which manages the city’s bus and underground network.