Our weekly travel update to help you get around London this weekend, 21/22 June. Most of the network will be open with services running as normal this weekend, but please check if any of the following affect you.
Trains will not run between Earl’s Court and Wimbledon while we replace track at Parsons Green and improve drainage at West Brompton.
On Sunday, there is no service between Waterloo and Finchley Road until 11:00 to enable us to carry out essential Jubilee line tunnelling work.
On Saturday, trains will not run between Highbury & Islington and Clapham Junction/New Cross/Crystal Palace/West Croydon. This is while we carry out platform extensions and also revise signalling, in preparation to accommodate five car trains, as well as Crossrail work at Whitechapel. For more information about the new Crossrail Whitechapel station, please click here
On Sunday, there is no service between the following stations to enable us to carry out platform extensions and also revise signalling, in preparation to accommodate five car trains:
Highbury & Islington and Clapham Junction/New Cross/New Cross Gate
Sydenham and Crystal Palace
Willesden Junction and Camden Road
During the Willesden Junction to Camden Road closure, a special service will operate between Willesden Junction and Stratford via Kensal Green, Queen’s Park, Kilburn High Road, South Hampstead, Camden Road, and all stations to Stratford.
For the latest status update on London Underground and London Overground this weekend, please click here
For an overview of planned track closures for the next six months, please click here
Hammersmith – From 22:30 on Friday until 05:00 on Monday, buses in the area may face some delays, while the Hammersmith flyover is closed eastbound to allow for resurfacing and waterproofing work. Bus routes 27, 267, 391 and H91 will run on special timetables. For more information on these weekend closures, please click hereCentral London – On Saturday, from 13:00 until 18:00, there will be a march from Marylebone to Westminster via Oxford Circus, Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square. This will be followed by a rally in Parliament Square. Buses will be diverted or stop short of their destination in these areas.
East London – On Sunday, from 06:30 until 14:00, a running event will start and finish at Homerton Road, Hackney. Buses will be on diversion or stop short of their normal destination in and around the Haggerston, Hackney Downs, Hackney Wick, Homerton, Victoria Park and Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park areas.
The City – On Sunday, from 07:30 until 13:00, a road race will take place from St Paul’s Cathedral towards Bank via Mansion House. Buses will be on diversion or stop short of their normal destination in the Ludgate Circus, Blackfriars, Bank, Liverpool Street, Moorgate and St Paul’s areas.
Central London – On Sunday, from 08:15 until 19:30, buses will be diverted or stop short of their normal destination in the Oxford Circus, Piccadilly Circus and Regent Street areas due to the closure of Regent Street for an event.
To check whether your bus is affected this weekend, please click here
Road users may be affected by the following this weekend:Hammersmith – From 22:30 on Friday until 05:00 on Monday, the Hammersmith flyover (A4) will be closed eastbound to allow for resurfacing and waterproofing work. For more information on these weekend closures, please click here
Central London – On Saturday, from 13:00 until 17:30, a march will take place from Marylebone to Westminster via Regent Street, Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square. This will be followed by a rally in Parliament Square.
East London – On Sunday, from 08:00 until 19:30, there will be significant road closures in place due to two events in the area. These include Homerton Road, Lower Clapton Road, Downs Road, Amhurst Road, Graham Road and Victoria Park Road.
Central London – On Sunday, from 09:00 until 19:30, Regent Street will be closed between Oxford Street and Piccadilly Circus due to an event. Lambeth Palace Road, Westminster Bridge, Parliament Square, Whitehall and Pall Mall are expected to be busier than usual.
For the latest status update on road travel this weekend, please click here
Barclays Cycle Hire
There are changes to the availability of the following docking stations this weekend:
New Cavendish is out of service until 08:00 Monday 23 June, due to site redevelopment work
South Quay West has limited bike capacity due to building works in the area