Forthcoming Disruption on Public Transport

Tubes and trains services affected by engineering work and strikes

During the coronavirus outbreak if you do travel you are advised to wear a face mask.

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

Wednesday 5 October and Saturday 8 October and - New Round of Train Strikes Announced by Unions
Disputes postponed due to Queen's death set to resume

District line

Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 October

No service between Earls Court and Wimbledon.

Replacement buses operate

Service DL4: Hammersmith - Putney Bridge - East Putney (Putney Bridge Road) - Southfields - Wimbledon Park - Wimbledon

Service DL5: Earls Court - West Brompton - Fulham Broadway - Parsons Green - Putney Bridge - Wimbledon

London Overground

Sunday 9 October

No service between Willesden Junction and Richmond. Replacement bus service DL3 operates between Willesden Junction and Richmond calling at Acton Central, South Acton (Acton Lane), Chiswick Park, Gunnersbury and Kew Royal Botanic Gardens.

Sunday 9 October

Until 0930, no service between Willesden Junction and Clapham Junction

Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 October

Engineering work is taking place between Kensington Olympia / Shepherd's Bush and Watford Junction from 20:00 until 04:00 on Sunday morning, closing some lines.

As a result no trains will run between Kensington Olympia / Shepherd's Bush and Watford Junction.

Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 October

No service on the whole line.

South Western Railway

No planned engineering work

No planned engineering work

Circle line

No planned engineering work

piccadilly line

No planned engineering work


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October 3, 2022

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