Here is our weekly travel update to help you get around London this weekend, 29 and 30 September, and the following week.

Most of the network will be open with services running as normal so you’ll be able to get wherever you need to go, but please check if any of the following affect you.

Piccadilly line strike

There is currently no service on the Piccadilly line until 15:30 tomorrow, Friday 28 September, and then again from 22:00 until the morning of Saturday 29 September. There will also be no Piccadilly line Night Tube on Friday 28 September.

We expect to resume a normal service on Saturday 29 September by:

• 07:30 between Heathrow and Cockfosters
• 08:30 between Acton Town and Uxbridge

London Underground
On Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 September, there will be no service:

Circle line
On the entire line, due to line modernisation. If you are planning to travel through the city this weekend, you can still use the Central, Jubilee, Northern, Victoria and Bakerloo lines to make your way through central London.

District line
Between Edgware Road and High Street Kensington, due to line modernisation. If you are travelling between the two stations, you will be able to use the 27 bus route. This allows you to change at Notting Hill Gate station for access to the Central line.

Hammersmith & City line
Between Moorgate and Hammersmith, due to line modernisation. If you are travelling from east London this weekend, then you can change on to the Central line at Liverpool Street and the District line at Aldgate East.

If you are travelling from west London, you can access the Piccadilly line at Hammersmith station, the Central line at White City and the Bakerloo line at Paddington station.

Metropolitan line
Between Aldgate and Harrow-on-the-Hill, due to line modernisation. For travel between Harrow-on-the-Hill and central London, please use Chiltern Railways to and from Marylebone.

Alternatively, take the replacement bus service from Harrow-on-the-Hill to Kenton for the Bakerloo line. You can still travel between central London and Wembley Park using the Jubilee line.

If you’re travelling into central London from east London, you can walk to Liverpool Street for the Central line and Aldgate East for the District line.

London Overground
Network Rail is carrying out work which will affect some London Overground services:

Until 22:45 today, Thursday 27 September, there will be no service between Hackney Downs and Enfield Town / Cheshunt (via Seven Sisters). Rail replacement buses will run.

On Sunday 30 September, there will be no service between:
• Surrey Quays and Clapham Junction. Rail replacement buses will run
• New Cross Gate and Crystal Palace / West Croydon. Rail replacement buses will run

DLR
On Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 September, there will be no service between Bank / Tower Gateway and Poplar / West India Quay. This is due to track maintenance work. If you’re planning on travelling to east London, you can take the Central or Jubilee lines to Stratford and Epping. For travel to Bank, you can use the District line from Tower Hill. Alternatively, you can use our replacement bus service.

TfL Rail
On Sunday 30 September, there will be no service between Paddington and Heathrow until 07:00. This is due to Crossrail work. If you are travelling to / from Heathrow, you can use the Piccadilly line.

Buses
Bus users may be affected by the following this weekend. While we will try to maintain a good service, buses may be delayed, diverted or stop short of their normal destination:

Central London – From 09:00 until 17:00 today, Thursday 26 September, delays are expected outside the Old Bailey Central Criminal Court. This is due to a demonstration.

Central London – From 12:00 until 17:00 today, Thursday 26 September, delays are expected between Trafalgar Square and Richmond Terrace. This is due to a demonstration.

Southwark – From 19:00 on Friday 28 September until 05:00 on Monday 1 October, a contraflow will be in place in both directions on Blackfriars Road at the junction of Southwark Street. This is due to a crane operation.

Westminster – From 02:00 on Saturday 29 September until 23:00 on Sunday 30 September, St Margaret Street and Abingdon Street will be closed in both directions between Millbank Roundabout and Parliament Square. Bus routes 3, 87, N3 and N87 will diverted through Lambeth Palace Road and Westminster Bridge in both directions. All other traffic will be diverted through Marsham Street and Great Smith Street. This is so we can carry out essential carriageway repair and reinstatement works.

Wembley Stadium – From 17:00 until 23:59 on Wednesday 3 October, traffic levels and pedestrian numbers are expected to increase in the area. Roads likely to be affected are the A406, A1, A40, Harrow Road, Wembley High Road and roads around the stadium. This is because Wembley Stadium is hosting the football match between Tottenham and Barcelona. If you are going to the match, we recommend taking the Jubilee line to Wembley Park.

Roads
Road users may be affected by the following this weekend:

Central London – From 09:00 until 17:00 today, Thursday 26 September, delays are expected outside the Old Bailey Central Criminal Court. This is due to a demonstration.

Central London – From 12:00 until 17:00 today, Thursday 26 September, delays are expected between Trafalgar Square and Richmond Terrace. This is due to a demonstration.

Southwark – From 19:00 on Friday 28 September until 05:00 on Monday 1 October, a contraflow will be in place in both directions on Blackfriars Road at the junction of Southwark Street. This is due to a crane operation.

Westminster – From 02:00 on Saturday 29 September until 23:00 on Sunday 30 September, St Margaret Street and Abingdon Street will be closed in both directions between Millbank Roundabout and Parliament Square. All traffic will be diverted via Marsham Street and Great Smith Street. This is so we can carry out essential carriageway repair and reinstatement works.

Wembley Stadium – From 17:00 until 23:59 on Wednesday 3 October, traffic levels and pedestrian numbers are expected to increase in the area. Roads likely to be affected are the A406, A1, A40, Harrow Road, Wembley High Road and roads around the stadium. This is because Wembley Stadium is hosting the football match between Tottenham and Barcelona. If you are going to the match, we recommend taking the Jubilee line to Wembley Park.

Santander Cycles
* The following docking stations will be out of service this weekend:
* Rodney Street, Angel, due to health and safety
* Portugal Street, Holborn, due to building works
* Smugglers Way, Wandsworth, due to power outages
* Park Road (Baker Street), Regents Park, for Baker Street Two Way works


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