Today (July 27) sees the first day of the second round of national rail strikes, with thousands of union members across the country taking action. 

The strikes come over disputes of pay and safety at work seeing limited services as TfL encourages those that can to work from home. 

With many services not running to their usual scheduled timetable services, some London Underground lines have been impacted. 

See which Tube lines are impacted today as the national rail strikes take place. 

Are the Tubes running today? 

Though most tube services are running at a 'good service' there are a few major lines affected by the strikes. 

With the Bakerloo Line part suspended with no service between Queen's Park and Harrow & Wealdstone, however, there is good service on the rest of the line. 

The District line is part closed today with services between Parsons Green and Wimbledon, and between Turnham Green and Richmond, only running between approximately 07.30 and 18.00.

As travellers using the line are advised to complete journeys by 17.30 this afternoon. 

The District line also has minor delays between Turnham Green and Richmond due to the strike action.

The new Elizabeth Line has a reduced service operating between Paddington/Heathrow and Reading and also between Liverpool Street and Shenfield.

Plus the London Overground is part suspended with no service from Barking to Barking Riverside, Surrey Quays to New Cross, Kilburn High Road to Euston, Romford to Upminster and Camden Road to Stratford.

There is also a significantly reduced service operation on the rest of the line due to strikes. 

Get the latest updates by heading to the Transport for London website.