Travel Advice June 1-2

This weekend of June 1 / 2 Transport for London, (TfL), copntinue the improvement programe across London’s transport network, including the modernisation of the Tube.If planning to travel the weekend of 1/2 June, most of the network will be open with services running as normal but please check if any of the following works will affect you.

For alternative routes during this weekend’s planned closures and a map, pleaseclick here

The Bakerloo line
Trains will not run between Queen’s Park and Harrow & Wealdstone to allow for Network Rail engineering work.Edgware Road (Bakerloo line) Tube station is closed until late December. This is for the replacement of both lifts and planned station repair and refurbishment.
Circle line
There is no service between King’s Cross St. Pancras and Moorgate on Sunday as we continue work to enlarge and rebuild Farringdon station.
District line
Trains will not run between Earl’s Court and Ealing Broadway/Kensington (Olympia)/Richmond to enable track replacement work.To assist travel in the area, Piccadilly line trains will stop additionally at Turnham Green all day during the weekend.
Hammersmith & City line
There is no service between King’s Cross St. Pancras and Barking on Sunday as we continue work to enlarge and rebuild Farringdon station.
Jubilee line
Trains will not run between North Greenwich and Stratford while we replace track at West Ham.
Metropolitan line
There is no service between Baker Street and Aldgate on Sunday as we continue work to enlarge and rebuild Farringdon station.
Northern line
On Sunday, trains will not run between Camden Town and High Barnet/Mill Hill East before 08:30 southbound and 09:00 northbound while we test new signalling.
London Overground
There is no service between Willesden Junction and Euston to enable Network Rail to carry out track work at South Hamsptead.Only On Sunday, trains will not run between:

  • Clapham Junction and Wandsworth Road until 09:00, due to Network Rail maintenance work.
  • Sydenham and Crystal Palace while Network Rail carries out track maintenance.
For more information on London Overground engineering work, please click here

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