first_imgNetwork Rail said London Bridge station would reopen on Monday from 5am, but operate as exit only. Only the Tooley Street entrance and exit will be open for the Underground station.Transport for London advised that the station is expected to be busier than normal as a result of the reduced access. Passengers have been asked to re-plan their journey to avoid the station during the morning peak if they can. #Borough – the station has now reopened, following an earlier police investigation.— Northern line (@northernline) June 4, 2017 FYI – it’s likely that London Bridge Pier will be closed to river services tomorrow. https://t.co/Sq6CGNLV1g— TfL Traffic News (@TfLTrafficNews) June 4, 2017 Cordons remained in place around much of London Bridge and Borough Market on Sunday evening, and sources said the area was expected to remain closed on Monday until at least 8am. Giving an update on the investigation outside New Scotland Yard, the Met’s assistant commissioner Mark Rowley said “significant progress” had been made in identifying the attackers.He said that as well as more armed police across the capital in coming days, “the public will also see increased physical measures in order to keep public safe on London’s bridges”. Pedestrians who usually walk across London Bridge are advised to use London Underground services or National Rail services to Charing Cross, Waterloo East, Cannon Street, Blackfriars and Victoria stations.TfL said: “Alternative walking routes across the river include Tower Bridge, Southwark Bridge, the Millennium Bridge (use Borough Underground station) and Blackfriars Bridge (use Southwark Underground station).”London Bridge station was closed over the weekend, with tubes and trains not stopping there. #LondonBridge: please check:https://t.co/EekKHecxWN before you travel tomorrow.— TfL Travel Alerts (@TfLTravelAlerts) June 4, 2017 Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. London Bridge station is set to reopen this morning following Saturday’s terror attack, but commuters have been warned to avoid the station if possible because of overcrowding. The central London station should be open in time for rush hour on Monday morning, while Borough Underground station reopened on Sunday evening. Commuters should check the TfL website for the latest updates before travelling on Monday morning.  However London Bridge itself remains closed to vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians. London Bridge Pier is also expected to be closed to river boat services.  UPDATE: #LondonBridge station will re-open tomorrow Morning from 05:00 but for exit only onto Tooley street. pic.twitter.com/L00Iw36QOH— Southeastern (@Se_Railway) June 4, 2017last_img read more