Forthcoming Disruption on Public Transport


Tubes and trains services affected by engineering work

Forthcoming Disruption on Public Transport

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Central line

RMT STRIKE ACTION

The RMT has announced strikes to coincide with the re-introduction of Night Tube services on the Central and Victoria lines on weekends throughout December. TfL is warning customers that both lines are expected to be severely disrupted from 19:00 onwards, with little or no service from this time overnight on 3 and 4 December, 10 and 11 December and 17 December. Customers are advised to check before they travel and use buses to complete their journeys where required.

TFL RAIL

Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 December

No service between Hayes & Harlington and Heathrow. Paddington to Reading services will be retimed. On Sunday, trains will not call at Acton Main Line, West Ealing and Hanwell.

Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 December

The lines in the Barnes area will be closed all weekend due to maintenance work.

Saturday

A revised service will run between London Waterloo and Reading. These services will be diverted between Clapham Junction and Twickenham and will call additionally at Kingston.
A revised service will run between London Waterloo and Windsor. These services will be diverted between Clapham Junction and Twickenham and will call additionally at all stations between Clapham Junction and Twickenham via Wimbledon and Kingston.
A revised service will run between London Waterloo and Shepperton via Wimbledon and Kingston.
London Waterloo to London Waterloo via Wimbledon and Kingston services will run between Kingston and Richmond.
Buses will run between Clapham Junction and Twickenham via Richmond.
London Waterloo to Weybridge via Hounslow services will start from Kew Bridge.
Buses will run between Clapham Junction and Kew Bridge.

Sunday

A revised service will run between London Waterloo and Reading. These services will be diverted between Clapham Junction and Twickenham and will call additionally at Wimbledon and Kingston.
A revised service will run between London Waterloo and Windsor. An hourly service will run between London Waterloo and Windsor and will be diverted between Clapham Junction and Twickenham. These services will call additionally at all stations between Clapham Junction and Twickenham via Wimbledon and Kingston.
An hourly service will run between Richmond and Windsor calling at all stations.
London Waterloo to London Waterloo via Wimbledon and Kingston services will run between Kingston and Richmond.
Buses will run between Clapham Junction and Twickenham via Richmond.
London Waterloo to Woking via Staines services will start from Kew Bridge.
Buses will run between Clapham Junction and Kew Bridge.
The afternoon and evening London Waterloo to Kingston via Hounslow services will not run.
London Waterloo to Guildford via Woking services will be revised and will call additionally at Raynes Park.

piccadilly line

If the RMT goes ahead with planned strike action, it will severely disrupt services on the Central, Jubilee, Northern, Piccadilly and Victoria lines on Saturday 18 December. It could mean a significantly reduced service on these lines all day with little or no service in places. It is also likely to mean much busier services on the Tube lines that are not affected by the strike (Bakerloo, Circle, District, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan) as customers seek alternative routes

CHRISTMAS DAY: No service on any London Underground line on Christmas Day.

No planned engineering works

 

London Overground

No planned engineering works

piccadilly line

No planned engineering works

Hammersmith and City Line

No planned engineering works

District line

No planned engineering works

Circle line engineering works

No planned engineering works

TFL RAIL

No planned engineering works

 

 

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November 29, 2021


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