LONDON OVERGROUND: Until further notice, reduced weekday service between Gospel Oak and Barking. A temporary timetable is in place, with four car trains running every 30 minutes. Supplementary bus services will also run.
For weekday trains see the temporary timetableSupplementary buses will run every 30 minutes. Service J: Hampstead Heath - Gospel Oak – Upper Holloway/Archway - Crouch Hill (Hornsey Road) – Finsbury Park. Service T: Walthamstow Central – Leyton Midland Road - Leytonstone High Road – Leytonstone (Tube).For more information and travel options, visit tfl.gov.uk/gospel-oak-barking-trains
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.
Bromley-by-Bow: Until early April, there will be no cash payments for tickets available at Bromley-by-Bow. Please use the nearest Oyster ticket stop or top-up/buy season tickets online.
Cambridge Heath Station: Not served by trains to/from Chingford
Earl's Court: No step-free access to/from the District line between Wednesday 23 January and late June 2019 due to lift replacement works
For step-free access to/from street level at Earl's Court, please use the Piccadilly line. For step-free interchange between the District and Piccadilly lines: travel to Westminster on the District line, or to Green Park on the Piccadilly line. Use the Jubilee line to connect between Green Park and Westminster. Alternatively, change between the District and Piccadilly lines at Hammersmith
East Ham: From Tuesday 8 January until early July 2019 due to planned lift maintenance there will be no step-free access between the booking hall and westbound platform at East Ham.
Customers travelling from east of East Ham wishing to exit at there using step-free access are advised to travel to West Ham and change there for a cross platform interchange for an eastbound train back to East Ham.Customers starting a westbound journey from East Ham requiring step-free access are advised to travel to Upney and change there for a cross platform interchange for a westbound train.
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.
Hanwell: From Thursday 31 January until late March, the entrance on Station Approach, at Hanwell station, will be closed. Customers will be able to access the station by following the signposted route to the entrance on Campbell Road which is a 10 minute walk away.
Highgate Station: Until mid-April, there will be no down escalator service at Highgate station. To access the Northern line please use the fixed staircase. Alternatively, take bus routes 43, 134, 263 or N20 from stop T outside the station to Archway, or routes 263 or N20 from stop H across the road to East Finchley. This is while we carry out refurbishment work.
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
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
Moorgate: From Friday 29 March until late 2019, there will be a reduced escalator service at Moorgate station while we replace the escalators between the Great Northern platforms and the ticket hall one at a time.
TRAVELLING TO IKEA GREENWICH FROM NORTH GREENWICH STATION? Take any 129 132 161 472 or 486 bus from the bus station to the Millennium Leisure Park East stop. Route 108 buses towards Lewisham, not Stratford, also operate from North Greenwich to the store. Please note Routes 188 and 422 do NOT serve the store.
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.
SOUTH WOODFORD STATION: Step-free access is now available to both platforms. As part of TfL and the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khans commitment to make travel accessible to everyone, South Woodford Underground station now has level access to both platforms. A new ramped entrance provides step-free access to the westbound platform for the first time, along with new lighting and ticket machines.A subway provides step-free access between the eastbound and westbound platforms.
SOUTHWARK UNDERGROUND STATION: No step-free access from Wednesday 20 March until early April due to planned maintenance work. Please use Waterloo station or local bus routes 45 63 388 from stop SA to Blackfriars station.
Southwark: From Wednesday 31 October until late May there will be no escalator service from Southwark to Waterloo East, except during the morning peak.
When travelling from Waterloo East to Southwark, please use the stairs or alternatively, follow the signs to Waterloo for interchange with the Jubilee line.When travelling from Southwark to Waterloo East, please use the stairs or alternatively, exit via the ticket hall and walk to Waterloo East at street level, or take the Jubilee line to Waterloo and follow signs to Waterloo East via the National Rail station.
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. Does not apply on Boxing Day and New Year's Day. Weekdays between 16:00 - 19:30: Westbound trains will not stop and access to the eastbound platform will be via fixed stairs. Does not apply on Boxing Day and New Year's Day. 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.
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
Victoria: During escalator refurbishment works a one-way system will be in place. Access to enter, exit or change between lines will be available, but a one-way system will be in place and if you are familiar with the station you may find your walking route changes. Extra staff will be available to assist you, so please listen for announcements, follow the signs and allow longer for your journey, especially at peak times. Step-free access to the entire station will be available as usual.
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