Forthcoming Disruption on Public Transport

Tubes and trains services affected by engineering work and strikes


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Four Weeks of Disruption on Trains Around Christmas and New Year
RMT announces dates for new round of industrial action

Strike Level Services on Local Trains Through to New Year

New Round of Bus Strikes Starts from Christmas Eve

District line

Until Monday 2 January

No service between Earls Court and Kensington Olympia

London Overground

Saturday 31 December, New Years Day 1, and Monday 2 January

No service between Clapham Junction and Willesden Junction.

London Overground

Friday 6 and Saturday 7 January

A reduced London Overground service operates. Trains generally operate between 0730 and 1830 to a reduced frequency on all routes.

Circle line

Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 January

No service between Edgware Road and Aldgate (via Victoria)

District line

Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 January

No service between Earls Court and Kensington (Olympia)

No service between Earls Court and Whitechapel.

No service between High Street Kensington and Edgware Road

Before 0730 and after 1830 approximately, no service between Parsons Green and Wimbledon, or between Turnham Green and Richmond.

Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 January

No service on the whole line

No planned engineering work

piccadilly line

No planned engineering work

South Western Railway

No planned engineering work

No planned engineering work

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December 27, 2022

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