London Underground weekend closures

London Underground weekend closures: The tube lines and overground shut on April 17 and 18

Passengers are being urged to plan ahead and check before they make journeys as trains will be disruptedSHARE

  • BY RICHARD BLACKLEDGE
  • 18:04, 15 APR 2021

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Passengers at a London Underground station(Image: Victoria Jones/PA Wire)

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Transport for London has announced a series of changes to services on the London Underground and Overground network this weekend, Saturday and Sunday, April 17 and 18, due to planned engineering work.

It means trains will not run between particular stations – in some cases replacement buses will run, while in others passengers are being advised to use local bus routes.https://1f81bf7ea3474d8daa1dc28fba820118.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-38/html/container.html?n=0

Here are the Underground line closures that will be in place this weekend:

Central line

Friday, April 16 – No service on between Liverpool Street and Epping (via Loughton) and between Bethnal Green and Woodford (via Hainault) after 11.15pm. Use night bus service N8 between central London/Stratford and Hainault. Rail replacement bus services will run between Stratford and Epping.https://1f81bf7ea3474d8daa1dc28fba820118.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-38/html/container.html?n=0

Saturday and Sunday, April 17 and 18 – No service between Bethnal Green and Epping (via Loughton) and between Bethnal Green and Woodford (via Hainault). Use alternative Tube, TfL Rail and National Rail services. Rail replacement bus services will run.

Piccadilly line

Until spring 2022, trains will not stop at South Kensington. The District and Circle lines will run as normal, and the station will remain open.

Until further notice, there will be no Night Tube or Night Overground service.

Commuters at Clapham Common underground station(Image: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire)

Meanwhile, here are this weekend’s changes to Overground services:https://1f81bf7ea3474d8daa1dc28fba820118.safeframe.googlesyndication.com/safeframe/1-0-38/html/container.html?n=0

Saturday and Sunday, April 17 and 18

No service between Liverpool Street and Enfield Town. Use alternative Tube services or local bus routes between Liverpool Street and Seven Sisters. Rail replacement bus services will run between Seven Sisters and Enfield Town.

No service between Liverpool Street and Cheshunt (via Seven Sisters). Use Greater Anglia services (entrance/exit at Stratford, Tottenham Hale or Cheshunt stations only). Rail replacement bus services will run between Seven Sisters and Cheshunt.

Saturday, April 17

No southbound service between Willesden Junction and Clapham Junction after 11.45pm. Use local bus routes.

Sunday, April 18

No service between Willesden Junction and Clapham Junction. Use local bus routes.

No service between Kilburn High Road and Euston until 7.45pm. Use alternative Tube services or local bus routes.

No service between Liverpool Street and Chingford until 10.15am and after 10.45pm. Use alternative Tube services. Rail replacement bus services will run between Hackney Downs and Chingford before 10.15am and after 10.45pm.

Social distancing and face covering rules remain in place.(Image: Victoria Jones/PA Wire)

In addition, there will also be changes to TfL rail services this weekend. On Saturday and Sunday, a reduced service will run between Paddington and Hayes & Harlington from 9pm on Saturday and after 6.15am on Sunday.

Trains will not call at Acton Main Line, Hanwell and West Ealing after 9pm on Saturday and all day Sunday, and there will be no service between Paddington and Heathrow T5 until 6am on Sunday.

Passengers are advised to use alternative tube services and local bus routes.

TfL is still encouraging people to walk or cycle part of their journey where possible as the pandemic continues.

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“If using public transport, travel during quieter times if you can,” TfL says. “This will make social distancing easier. The quieter times to travel are between 8.15am and 4pm and after 5.30pm on weekdays, and before noon and after 6pm on weekends.

“Our TfL Go app can help you plan your journey and show the quieter times to travel.

“You must continue to wear a face covering over your nose and mouth at all times when on the transport network, unless exempt. The overwhelming majority of people are complying with this requirement, and the British Transport Police, the Metropolitan 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.

“Please also wash or sanitise hands before and after travel.”Follow @HertsMercury

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