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Quieter times to travel

There is plenty of space on the network at quieter times.

The quieter times on the public transport network vary between weekdays and weekends.

  • During the week, it's generally quieter between 08:15 and 16:00 and after 17:30
  • On weekends, our quieter times are currently before noon and after 18:00

Quieter times may change as circumstances change. They may also vary across stations, lines and services. 

You can check how busy any station on the TfL network is, at any time of day online or using the TfL Go app.

If you are travelling into London via National Rail services, check their quieter times to travel. 

Stations, stops and buses

A few of our more popular stations and stops are likely to be busy 05:45-08:15 and 16:00-17:30 on weekdays and noon-18:00 on weekends. For specific busy times at these busy stations, click on the links in the table below. This list will be updated regularly.

Stations and stops may also become temporarily busier due to planned works or events, which often happen at weekends. Check before you travel for the latest information.

Tube, London Overground, DLR, TfL Rail or Tram

Canning Town (Jubilee line, DLR)
East Croydon (Tram stop)
Green Park (Jubilee line, Piccadilly line, Victoria line)
Lewisham (DLR, Southeastern)
Leyton (Central line)
Mitcham (Tram stop)
Romford (TfL Rail)
Seven Sisters (Victoria line, London Overground)
Stratford (Central line, Jubilee line, TfL Rail, London Overground, DLR)
Vauxhall (Victoria line)
West Croydon (Tram stop)
West Ham (District line, Hammersmith & City line, Jubilee line, DLR, c2c)
Woolwich Arsenal (DLR, Southeastern)

Bus stops in these areas

Barking/Ilford
Brixton
Canning Town
Croydon
Edmonton Green
Finsbury Park
Hammersmith
Harlesden
Vauxhall
Woolwich

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