London Bridge Station was closed after the ISIS attack
The busy station is open northbound but only via westbound Tooley Street, it is still closed at Cannon Street.
As of Monday, the station is open for pedestrians and closed southbound for cars.
Transport for London have warned commuters that the station will be busier than usual and should be avoided because of the reduced access.
#LondonBridge is open northbound but only via westbound Tooley Street. It is still closed southbound at Cannon Street.
— TfL Traffic News (@TfLTrafficNews) June 5, 2017
A network rail statement says: “Following the incident on London Bridge on Saturday June 3, on advice from the Metropolitan police, London Bridge national rail station has reopened on Monday 5 June from 5am for entry and exit.
“Police cordons around the station were lifted earlier than expected meaning the national rail station will open as usual.
“London Bridge itself -across the Thames – and nearby roads have reopened as well.”
Police are continuing to carry out forensic investigations in the area after the attack, which killed seven people and critically injured 21 others.
London Bridge station is used by more than 50,000 passengers from Kent, Surrey and Sussex every day.
London Bridge station was closed on Sunday
Cordon around Borough High Street but London Bridge Station back to normal this morning with tired but no 'reeling' commuters pic.twitter.com/6TXNgbYgbC
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London Bridge and other stations including Borough, Cannon Street, Charing Cross and Waterloo were all closed down on Sunday.
Theresa May is chairing an emergency COBRA meeting in Downing Street this morning following the attack that left seven people dead.
Countries across the world have expressed their solidarity with the UK in the aftermath of the barbaric attacks.