Union agrees to end Tube strike
Transport for London (TfL) said it had clarified assurances on jobs and pensions during nine hours of talks, which broke up at about 2300 BST on Tuesday.
Union leaders have agreed to end the crippling Tube strike which caused misery for commuters in London.
Officials accepted an offer, after peace talks with management, that has ended the current stoppage, which had been planned to last 72 hours.
Millions were left facing chaos after 2,300 Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) members walked out on Monday.
Although the strike has been suspended, commuters were warned there will still be delays on Wednesday morning.