TfL this weekend November 24-26: Elizabeth line, Tube and Overground closures planned
Here is the full list of planned TfL service changes this weekend, November 24-26, including the Elizabeth line and Tube services.
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Londoners travelling into the capital this weekend could be faced with disruption due to closures on TfL services.
Transport for London (TfL) has asked Londoners to check before they travel this weekend.
To get the most latest updates on the Underground, DLR and Overground you can use the TfL app or website.
Here is the full list of planned TfL service changes this weekend, November 24 to 26.
No service between Hayes & Harlington and Heathrow
Parts of the Elizabeth line will be closed on Saturday November 25 and Sunday November 26 as essential maintenance works are completed by Heathrow Airport, Network Rail and TfL.
This means there will be no Elizabeth line or Heathrow Express trains to Heathrow Airport on both of those days.
Piccadilly line trains will be operating between central London and Heathrow as normal, serving Heathrow Terminals 2 & 3 and Terminal 4, but TfL says they are likely to be busier than usual and no trains will run to or from Heathrow Terminal 5.
An inter-terminal transfer bus service will be running between Terminals 2 & 3 and Terminal 5, starting from Heathrow Central Bus station.
No service between Paddington and Abbey Wood
There will be no service between Paddington and Abbey Wood all weekend (November 25 and 26) while planned maintenance including work to deliver mobile coverage takes place.
As Liverpool Street and Whitechapel Elizabeth line stations will be closed for the maintenance works, Elizabeth line services will run between Shenfield and Liverpool Street National Rail station all weekend.
On Saturday November 25 Elizabeth line trains from the west will terminate at Paddington National Rail station where customers can change for the Bakerloo, Circle, District and Hammersmith & City lines as well as local buses.
On Sunday November 26, due to Network Rail signalling upgrades and work for HS2 at Old Oak Common, rail replacement buses will run west of Ealing Broadway in the morning with limited train services starting later in the day.
Paddington National Rail station will be closed all day, so customers travelling into London, from the west of England will all need to change at Ealing Broadway for services into central London on the Central or District lines.
The Piccadilly line is closed between Acton Town and Uxbridge on November 25 and 26 for track replacement work.
The Metropolitan line will still operate to Uxbridge as usual, and rail replacement buses will run between Rayners Lane and Acton Town.
There will be no Piccadilly line service between Heathrow Terminals 23 and Heathrow Terminal 5 on November 25 and 26. Connecting replacement buses will operate.
There will be no service between Highbury & Islington and New Cross / Clapham Junction / Crystal Palace / West Croydon on November 25 and 26.
Alternative London Overground trains will operate between Highbury & Islington, Canonbury and Dalston Kingsland.
Customers are asked to use Southern trains for stations between New Cross Gate and Crystal Palace. Replacement buses will operate.
No service between Liverpool Street and Chingford
There will be no service between Liverpool Street and Chingford on Sunday November 26 till 10.15am.
Use local London Buses and London Underground connections. Replacement buses operate between Hackney Downs and Chingford.
No service between Liverpool Street and Enfield Town / Cheshunt
There will be no service between Liverpool Street and Enfield Town / Cheshunt on Sunday November 26 till 10.15am.
Use local London Buses and London Underground connections between Liverpool Street and Seven Sisters. Replacement buses operate between Seven Sisters and Enfield Town / Cheshunt.
No service between Willesden Junction and Camden Road
There will be no service between Willesden Junction and Camden Road (via West Hampstead) on Sunday November 26.
Replacement buses will operate.
Buses and roads
Thursday 23 to Saturday November 25
The O2, North Greenwich
The O2 will be hosting Trevor Noah from 6.30pm until 10.30pm each night. Large crowds and delays are expected at the beginning and end of the event.
Friday November 24
From 11am until 2pm, a demonstration will be taking place on Parliament Street. Large crowds are expected.
From 5.30pm until 8.30pm, the Hampton Hill Christmas Parade will be taking place on Hampton Hill High Street. Road closures will be in place for the event. Large crowds and increased traffic are expected.
Friday 24 and Saturday November 25
From 6.30pm until 10.30pm each night, Alexandra Palace will be hosting The Prodigy in concert. Large crowds and delays are expected at the beginning and end of the event.
Saturday November 25
Drumsheds, Tottenham Hale
From 12pm until 10.30pm, a concert will take place at Drumsheds. Large crowds and delays are expected at the beginning and end of the event.
OVO Wembley Arena
From 6.30pm until 10.30pm, Badshah will be performing in concert at OVO Wembley Arena. Large crowds and delays are expected at the beginning and end of the event.
Sunday November 26
Piccadilly will be closed to traffic eastbound between and including the Dover Street and Albemarle Street junctions due to resurfacing works. Piccadilly westbound will remain open throughout the day. Delays are expected.
From 7am until 6pm, Millbank will be closed in both directions for a crane operation. Delays are expected.
Filming will take place on Tower Bridge from 8am until 10am. There will be stop and holds on Tower Bridge. Slightly increased traffic is expected.
Victoria bus station
Until late December, Victoria bus station and Terminus Place will be closed for essential works to help improve pedestrian safety and accessibility.
All bus routes will continue to run, but there will be temporary changes to the stopping arrangements for routes that currently serve Terminus Place and Victoria bus station.
The Terminus Place entrance to the Tube station will be closed. Use the entrance on Victoria Street instead.