Government guidance during the current England national lockdown is to stay at home – and only certain journeys are permitted on public transport.
However Transport for London is still giving updates on line closures and engineering work across the capital for those who do need to travel.
Anyone who does need to make an essential journey is asked to travel at quiet times if possible to ensure social distancing can be maintained.
In London, this is between 8.15am and 4pm and after 5.30pm on weekdays. On weekends, the quietest time to travel is before noon and after 6pm.
You must wear a face covering over your nose and mouth for your entire journey, unless you are exempt.
Transport for London says: “The overwhelming majority of people are complying with this requirement and the British Transport police and our own officers are on the network to check compliance. Fines of up to £6,400 exist for anyone who does not comply.”
Passengers must also wash or sanitise hands before and after travel.
Until further notice, there will be no Night Tube or Night Overground service, and limited Night Bus services.
The following tube lines and bus routes are closed:
There will be no service between Earl’s Court and Richmond/Ealing Broadway on Saturday, January 16 and Sunday, January 17.
For Barons Court, use Piccadilly line services (West Kensington is a short walk from Barons Court and Earl’s Court).
For Ealing Broadway, use Central line services. For all other stations, use Piccadilly line services to Hammersmith for rail replacement buses.
There will be no service between Hammersmith and Northfields / Uxbridge all weekend.
The advice is to use alternative Tube, local or replacement bus services.
Rail replacement bus service PL1 will run from Hammersmith to Northfields. Rail replacement bus service PL3 will run direct from Hammersmith Bus Station to Heathrow T2/3. Rail replacement bus service PL4 will run from Gunnersbury to Rayners Lane.
Romford to Upminster
There will be no service on January 16 and 17.
Use local bus routes 165, 248 or 370.
Liverpool Street and Chingford
Services between Liverpool Street and Chingford will not call at Bethnal Green until 11.35pm on both days.
Customers from Liverpool Street should use Enfield Town or Cheshunt trains instead. Customers from Bethnal Green for Chingford should take the first train to Enfield Town/Cheshunt and change at Hackney Downs.
South Tottenham and Barking
There will be no service between South Tottenham and Barking until until 2.45pm on Sunday, January 17 only.
Use alternative Tube routes between Seven Sisters and Walthamstow Central and between East Ham and Barking. Use local buses between South Tottenham and Walthamstow Queens Road.
Rail replacement buses will run between Walthamstow Central and Barking.
Hackney Downs and Enfield Town/Cheshunt (via Seven Sisters)
There will be no service between these stops on Sunday, January 17.
For Enfield Town, use alternative Tube or local bus routes between Liverpool Street and Seven Sisters. For Cheshunt, use Greater Anglia services.
Rail replacement buses will run between Seven Sisters and Enfield Town/Cheshunt.
There will be no service between Bank/Tower Gateway and Poplar/West India Quay on Sunday, January 17.
Rail replacement buses will run between Tower Gateway and Canary Wharf.
No service between Liverpool Street and Shenfield
There will be no service between these stations on Saturday and Sunday.
Tickets will be accepted on local bus route 25 between Stratford and Ilford. Rail replacement buses will run between Stratford and Romford, and between Newbury Park and Shenfield.
Paddington and Hayes & Harlington
There will be service between these stations on Sunday, January 17.
Trains will not stop at Acton Main Line, West Ealing and Hanwe.
Thames Clippers will remain suspended. Passengers should use alternative Tube or local bus routes.
Until Monday 22 February – Southwark Bridge will be closed southbound
This is due to essential works carried out by the City of London. Roads in the surrounding area and across the river are expected to be busy. Delays are expected.
Until Monday 18 January – Old Street west and City Road South will be closed
Old Street west and City Road South will be closed until 5am on Monday while a new road layout is installed. The Inner Ring Road will remain open through Old Street with some lane closures. Some local buses will be delayed, diverted or stop short of their destination.
Ongoing – Hammersmith Bridge is closed to all traffic
Hammersmith & Fulham Council has closed the bridge to all traffic, including people walking and cycling, for safety reasons.
Changes have been made to public transport as a result, including to bus route 533. This route can experience some delays and crowding during busy periods.
Until Summer 2021 – Wandsworth Bridge will have a series of lane restrictions.
Until Summer 2021, there will be one lane northbound over the bridge for all traffic including buses. A bus lane will be maintained in the southbound direction, which will be wide enough to accommodate cyclists. Footways will be narrower on both sides for those walking across the bridge.
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