Forthcoming Disruption on Public Transport

Tubes and train services affected by engineering works and strikes

Industrial action ahead on tubes and trains
More industrial action on the trains likely. Picture: BBC


Travel Updates for Your Area

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March 11, 2024

Circle line

Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 March

No service between Hammersmith and Tower Hill. Trains will run between Edgware Road and Barking (via Victoria)

Saturday 16 March and Sunday 17 March

After 22:00 on Saturday and until 12:00 on Sunday, no Southern trains will run between Shepherd's Bush and Watford Junction.

Good Friday 29 and Saturday 30 March

A reduced service operates between Paddington and Maidenhead / Heathrow. All trains will start and terminate at Paddington National Rail station. Acton Main Line, Hanwell, Heathrow Terminal 4, West Drayton, Langley, Slough, Burnham and Maidenhead will be served by two trains an hour. West Ealing will be served by four trains an hour. Ealing Broadway, Southall and Hayes & Harlington will be served by six trains per hour.

Saturday 30 March and Sunday 1 April

Engineering work is taking place between Wembley Central and Hemel Hempstead, closing some lines. As a result no Southern services will run between Shepherd's Bush and Watford Junction.

District line

No planned engineering work

piccadilly line

No planned engineering work

No planned engineering work

London Overground

No planned engineering work

South Western Railway

No planned engineering work

No planned engineering work



No planned engineering work


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