TFL RAIL Trains between Liverpool Street and Shenfield after 21:00 on Monday to Thursdays may be altered due to planned engineering works by Network Rail. This is to allow Network Rails High Output Ballast Cleaning train to operate. Please check before you travel. For more information please see www.NetworkRail.co.uk. To plan an alternative route, visit TfL.gov.uk.
From Tuesday 29 May, to help reduce congestion and queues to exit Bank station, during the morning peak, Mondays - Fridays 07:30 - 10:00, all escalators at the 'Bank station' end of the Northern line and DLR platforms will run in the 'up' direction. To reach these platforms from street level, please enter the station via the Northern line ticket hall and use the lifts/stairs to reach the platform level. Step-Free access between King William Street and the DLR platform will be available as usual. There is no change to escalator access for the Northern and DLR platforms via Monument Station.
Cambridge Heath Station: Not served by trains to/from Chingford
At Canada Water, the rear doors of London Overground trains will not open and you can only alight from the front four coaches
From Tuesday 19 June until mid-November, there will be no step-free access between the ticket hall and the bus station at Canning Town.
For step-free access to/from the DLR and Jubilee line, use bus route 69 (24 hour service) between Stratford and Canning Town station.You will still be able to interchange between lines at Canning Town
Ealing Broadway: From Monday 1 October, the main staircase to platforms 2 & 3 will be demolished. This is to allow for the construction of a new permanent staircase which will connect the platforms to the upgraded ticket hall. Until late December 2018 customers will be required to access platforms 2 & 3 via the footbridge at the far end of platform 4. Please allow extra time for your journey.
Emerson Park Station: A limited service runs on this branch.
Check the timetable for full details
Until Spring 2019, there will be a reduced lift service at Goodge Street. This is while we refurbish each of the four lifts, two at a time. During this time, there will be no entry to Goodge Street from 07:30 until 10:00 on weekdays. Thank you for your patience, as the work is taking longer than expected to complete.
At all busy times it may take longer to move around the stationCustomers are advised to use nearby Tottenham Court Road (which has step-free access to the Northern line) or Warren Street stations, both of which are approximately 6 minutes walk away.
Green Park: From Monday 1 October until late January 2019, there will be changes to step-free access at Green Park station. At times there will be no step-free access to certain parts of the station.
Changes to step-free access are as follows:1 - 12 October - No access to/from Jubilee Line5 - 16 November - No access to/from Piccadilly line4 - 11 January 2019 - No lift between street level and ticket hall (step-free access will still be posssible via the ramp between the ticket hall and the park14 - 18 and 21 - late January 2019 - No step-free access to station (except for interchange between Jubilee and Piccadilly lines)
Before a football match/event, the eastbound Piccadilly line service will not stop at Holloway Road from one hour before a football match or event at Emirates Stadium, After a football match/event, from 15 minutes before the end of the event, or the scheduled final whistle of a football match, the station will close completely. The station will then remain closed for a further 90 minutes after the end of event or the actual final whistle of the match, including any extra time played. Please use other nearby stations, including Arsenal, Finsbury Park and Highbury & Islington. These stations will be very busy, but have managed queuing systems in place after events/matches. Caledonian Road station has step-free access and is approximately 10-15 minutes walk away from Holloway Road
From Monday 30 July until late November, there will be no down escalator at Kentish Town, this is while we refurbish one escalator. During this time the station will have restricted access.
During Night Tube: exit and interchange only between 00:30 and 04:30All all other times: access will be via the additional 121 spiral stairs.For the Northern line, please use nearby:Camden Town for southbound trains, approximately 15 minutes walk or use local buses 134 or 214 (both 24 hour) from stop KB outside the stationTufnell Park for northbound trains, approximately 10 minutes walk or use local bus 134 (24 hour) from stop KF on Kentish Town RoadLU tickets will be accepted on local buses.During the morning peak, there will be no direct access to the Thameslink platforms and customers will be routed via the night gate.
From 22 February until late 2018, there will be a reduced escalator service at Liverpool Street from the booking hall to the Central line.
From 07:00 until 10:00 Mondays to Fridays a one-way system will be in operation to and from the Central line platforms and customers must enter the Central line via the Central line ticket hall adjacent to platforms 1 and 10.Customers changing from the Circle, Hammersmith & City or Metropolitan lines to the Central lines during these times must exit to the main ticket hall and re-enter the station via the Central line ticket hall. Customers will not be charged twice if using Oyster or contactless payment cards
LONDON BRIDGE STATION: Please note that step free interchange between the Jubilee and Northern lines is partly at street level, in both directions. Lifts are available between Northern line and Borough High Street entrance then via Borough High Street, St Thomas Street and Joiner Street to the main Underground ticket hall from where lifts are available to/from the Jubilee line.
Please note that the ticket office does not accept cash or sell tickets to National Rail stations outside the London Fares Zone area.
London Fields Station: Not served by trains to/from Chingford
From Monday 13 August until late January 2019, step-free access is not available via the usual route to/from the eastbound platform at North Greenwich. Please speak to a member of staff for assistance on the alternative route at North Greenwich station.
Paddington - late night Circle line services, Please note that certain late night eastbound Circle line trains which operate beyond Edgware Road serve the District line platforms instead of the Hammersmith & City line platforms, including last trains. Trains affected are as follows: Monday morning: 0001 (continues to Barking); 0009 (to Aldgate): 0019 and 0030 (terminate at Baker Street). Tuesday to Saturday mornings: 0001 0030 (continue to Barking) and 0039 (terminates at King's Cross St Pancras). On Sunday mornings, 0001 0019 and 0033 (trains continue to Barking) and 0039 (terminates at King's Cross St Pancras). Times are subject to change during engineering works.
At Rotherhithe, the rear doors of the last coach will not open and you can only alight from the front four coaches
Shepherd's Bush (Central Line): There will be no down escalator service between Monday 3 September and mid-November. Access to the platforms will be via a staircase with 70 steps. Please hold the handrail and allow a little longer for your journey. If you are unable to use stairs, or are travelling with luggage or small children/buggies, please use local buses 31 or 228 from Stop D in the bus station to Holland Park or bus 228 from Stop A to White City
South Woodford: From Saturday 13 October until Summer 2019 the entrance to the westbound platform at South Woodford will be closed while a new entrance with step-free access is constructed. Please use the subway on George Lane to reach the main entrance/eastbound platform and then use the footbridge between the eastbound and westbound platform
From Thursday 9 August until mid-April 2019, there will be service changes at St. Paul's due to planned escalator works. Weekdays between 07:30 - 10:00: Westbound trains will not stop and St. Paul's will be exit only. Weekdays between 16:00 - 19:30: Westbound trains will not stop and access to the eastbound platform will be via fixed stairs. During Night Tube hours: The station will be 'exit only' Please use Bank or Chancery Lane stations as alternatives. To/From Bank: Eight minutes walk or buses 8, 25 or 242 To/From Chancery Lane: 14 minutes walk or buses 8 or 25.
Until further notice the ticket office at Stamford Hill will closed due to planned refurbishment works. During this time staff will be available to assist customers when using the ticket vending machines.
Until further notice the ticket office at Theobalds Grove will closed due to planned refurbishment works. During this time staff will be available to assist customers when using the ticket vending machines.
Until late-December, the car park at Tottenham Hale will be closed due to planned development work.
Turnham Green Station: Served by Piccadilly line trains until 06:50 Mondays to Saturdays, until 07:45 Sundays and after 22:30 every evening. At other times use the District line
Queues are likely at busy times when changing between the Victoria line and District/Circle line platforms due to reconstruction works.
If you are travelling at peak times, or with children or luggage, or have mobility impairment, you will find it easier to change between lines using one of the alternative routes listed on the Victoria information Page. If you travel via Green Park and Westminster, there are lifts available between platforms.
For northbound trains of Wapping - the rear doors of the last coach will not open and you can only alight from the front four coaches.
At Wapping Station, you can only alight from the front four coaches of southbound trains.
No down escalator service to the Victoria line Monday to Fridays between 08:30 and 09:30. Please take care on the 99 fixed steps
Due to planned works in preparation for Crossrail services and step-free access, a new temporary entrance will be in use on the corner of nearby Durward Street and Court Street
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