Forthcoming Disruption on Public Transport


Tubes and trains services affected by engineering work

Forthcoming Disruption on Public Transport

During the coronavirus outbreak do not use public transport unless your journey is essential. If you do travel you must wear a face mask.

Due to the Covid-19 virus, the following service changes will be in place until further notice:

  • Waterloo & City line service,
  • No Night Tube or Night Overground service,
  • A reduced service is operating on all London Underground, London Overground, DLR, TfL Rail and London Trams.
  • Some stations will be closed. 

TfL says this information changes frequently. Check before you travel.

Wednesday 5 and Thursday 6 May

Central Line To Be Hit By Strike on Polling Day
RMT taking industrial action after dismissal of union official

The bus strike on Friday 7 May and Saturday 8 May has been cancelled according to TfL

Monday 3 May - Thursday 6 May

Late night Engineering work is taking place between Wembley Central and Watford Junction, closing some lines.

From approximately 22:00 until the end of service on Monday to Thursday evenings, no Southern trains will run between, Shepherd's Bush and Watford Junction.

District line

Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 May

No service between Earls Court and Richmond / Ealing Broadway. Replacement buses operate.

Service DL2: Earls Court - Hammersmith - Ravenscourt Park - Stamford Brook - Turnham Green - Chiswick Park - Gunnersbury - Acton Town (some early morning and late evening journeys also serve Victoria, Hyde Park Corner, South Kensington and Gloucester Road)

Service DL3: Acton Central (for London Overground) - South Acton (Acton Lane) - Turnham Green - Chiswick Park - Gunnersbury - Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens) - Richmond

Service PL1: Hammersmith - Ravenscourt Park - Stamford Brook - Turnham Green - Chiswick Park - Gunnersbury - Acton Town - Ealing Common - Ealing Broadway - South Ealing (eastbound only) - Northfields.

piccadilly line

Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 May

No service between Kings Cross St Pancras and Northfields / Uxbridge. Use Metropolitan line between Rayners Lane and Uxbridge. Replacement buses operate.

Service DL2: Earls Court - Hammersmith - Ravenscourt Park - Stamford Brook - Turnham Green - Chiswick Park - Gunnersbury - Acton Town (some early morning and late evening journeys also serve Victoria, Hyde Park Corner, South Kensington and Gloucester Road)

Service PL1: Hammersmith - Ravenscourt Park - Stamford Brook - Turnham Green - Chiswick Park - Gunnersbury - Acton Town - Ealing Common - Ealing Broadway - South Ealing (eastbound only) - Northfields.

Service PL4: Ealing Broadway - North Ealing - Hanger Lane (for Central line and Park Royal) - Alperton - Sudbury Town - Sudbury Hill - South Harrow - Rayners Lane

Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 May

No service between South Acton and Richmond. No District line service between Turnham Green and Richmond. Replacement buses operate between Acton Central and Richmond.

Service DL3: Acton Central (The Vale) - South Acton (Acton Lane) - Turnham Green - Chiswick Park - Gunnersbury - Kew Gardens (Royal Botanical Gardens) - Richmond

TFL RAIL

From 2100 Saturday 8 and all day Sunday 9 May

A reduced service operates between Paddington and Heathrow, and trains do not call at Acton Main Line, West Ealing and Hanwell.

District line

Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 May

No service between Embankment / Edgware Road and Wimbledon / Kensington (Olympia) / Richmond / Ealing Broadway. Use London Overground between Gunnersbury and Richmond. Replacement buses operate.

Service DL1: Hammersmith (for Piccadilly line) - Ravenscourt Park - Stamford Brook - Turnham Green - Chiswick Park - Gunnersbury - Acton Town.

Service DL3: Turnham Green (for Piccadilly line) - Chiswick Park - Gunnersbury - Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens) - Richmond, operates early morning and late evening only

Service DL4: Hammersmith (for Piccadilly line) - Putney Bridge - East Putney - Southfields - Wimbledon Park - Wimbledon

Service DL5: Earls Court (for Piccadilly line) - West Brompton - Fulham Broadway - Parsons Green - Putney Bridge - Putney (South Western Railway) - Wimbledon.

Circle line engineering works

Saturday 15 May

No service between Edgware Road and Aldgate (via Victoria)

Circle line engineering works

Saturday 29, Sunday 30 and Bank Holiday 31 May

No service between Edgware Road and Aldgate (via Victoria)

District line

Saturday 29, Sunday 30 and Monday 31 May

No service between West Ham / Edgware Road and Wimbledon / Kensington (Olympia) / Richmond / Ealing Broadway. Use London Overground between Gunnersbury and Richmond. Replacement buses operate.

Service DL1: Hammersmith (for Piccadilly line) - Ravenscourt Park - Stamford Brook - Turnham Green - Chiswick Park - Gunnersbury - Acton Town.

Service DL3: Turnham Green (for Piccadilly line) - Chiswick Park - Gunnersbury - Kew Gardens (Royal Botanic Gardens) - Richmond, operates early morning and late evening only

Service DL4: Hammersmith (for Piccadilly line) - Putney Bridge - East Putney - Southfields - Wimbledon Park - WimbledonService DL5: Earls Court (for Piccadilly line) - West Brompton - Fulham Broadway - Parsons Green - Putney Bridge - Putney (South Western Railway) - Wimbledon.

Service DL6: Liverpool Street - Aldgate and Aldgate East - Whitechapel - Stepney Green - Mile End - Bow Road - Bromley-by-Bow - Canning Town (for Jubilee line and DLR connections to/from West Ham) - Barking.

Hammersmith and City Line

Saturday 29, Sunday 30 and Monday 31 May

No service on the whole line.

No planned engineering works

 

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May 3, 2021


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