Police cordons lifted around London Bridge station | London

Police cordons around London Bridge railway station were lifted earlier than planned on Monday.

The station – which is the fourth busiest in the UK – was initially expected to be exit only when it reopened at 5am.

This led to warnings of disruption for passengers heading to Kent and Surrey on Southeastern, Southern and Thameslink services.

But a spokeswoman for Network Rail, which manages the mainline station, said police cordons were lifted earlier than expected, meaning it was able to “open as usual”.

Members of the public should expect to see extra police officers patrolling stations in London and the South East following the attacks.
You may also see some of our armed police officers at stations.

– British Transport Police

Source : http://www.itv.com/news/london/2017-06-05/police-cordons-lifted-around-london-bridge-station/