Making non-essential journeys risks lives. Read London Transport Commissioner Mike Brown's message to Londoners.
If you're a key worker and your journey is absolutely essential, the busiest times are 05:45-07:30 and 16:00-17:30.
If possible, avoid travelling at these times particularly on these parts of the network as there may be some disruption to your journey:
As staff face illness or have to self-isolate, we cannot run a full service. Our reduced service, with changes to bus timetables and some Tube station closures protects a core network for key workers.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan made a statement confirming non-essential Tube and bus travel has dropped. He is supporting our work to keep services running for key workers.
The Congestion Charge, Ultra Low Emission Zone and Low Emission Zone have been suspended. Do not drive unless it's absolutely essential.
You can apply for a refund for your Travelcard or Bus & Tram Pass season ticket if you're self-isolating or not travelling due to concerns about coronavirus.
We've given NHS staff free access to Santander Cycles.
Work on TfL and Crossrail project sites has stopped to help limit the spread of coronavirus.
All small and medium businesses on our estate get 100% rent relief from 25 March for the next three months.
We're using anti-viral cleaner that kills viruses and bacteria on contact, across all our services.