TfL this weekend July 12 to 14: Underground, Overground and DLR disruptions

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Here is the full list of planned TfL service changes this weekend, July 12 to 14.

Londoners travelling into the capital this weekend could be faced with disruption due to closures on Tube and rail services.

Transport for London (TfL) has asked Londoners to check before they travel.

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To get the most latest updates on the Underground, DLR and Overground you can use the TfL app or website.

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London Underground

Jubilee line

Saturday 13 and Sunday July 14

No service between West Hampstead and Stanmore, including Friday and Saturday Night Tube

For stations between Wembley Park and Stanmore, use the Bakerloo line to Stonebridge Park, from where rail replacement buses will operate. Rail replacement buses will run between Stonebridge Park and Stanmore, and between Finchley Road and Wembley Park. This is due to signalling upgrade works.

Metropolitan line

Saturday 13 and Sunday July 14

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No service between Aldgate and Harrow-on-the-Hill, and between Harrow-on-the-Hill and Northwood (stopping services)

Trains will not call at North Harrow, Pinner and Northwood Hills. Use alternative Tube, Chiltern Railway services, local or replacement bus routes. Rail replacement buses will run between Stonebridge Park and Harrow-on-the-Hill, and between Wembley Park and Northwood.

This is due to signalling upgrade work.

London Overground

Saturday 13 and Sunday July 14

No service between Highbury & Islington and New Cross/New Cross Gate, including Friday and Saturday Night Overground

Use alternative Tube services or local bus routes. For Dalston Kingsland, use local bus route 30 or alternative Overground services. For Shadwell and Wapping, use local bus route D3 from Whitechapel. For Rotherhithe, use local bus routes C10 or 381 from Canada Water or Bermondsey. Rail replacement buses will run between Dalston Kingsland and New Cross Gate. This is due to work on TfL projects.

No service between Surrey Quays and Clapham Junction

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Use alternative Tube and rail services or local bus routes. Rail replacement buses will run between Canada Water and Clapham Junction. This is due to work on TfL projects.

No service between Liverpool Street and Chingford

Use alternative Tube services or local bus routes. A revised service will run between Liverpool Street and Cheshunt/Enfield Town on Saturday. Rail replacement buses will run between Hackney Downs and Chingford. This is due to Network Rail structural work.

Sunday July 14

No service between South Tottenham and Barking Riverside until 12.30pm

Use alternative Tube services or local bus routes. Rail replacement buses will run between Walthamstow Central and Barking. This is due to Network Rail maintenance work.

No service between Barking and Barking Riverside all day

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Use local bus route EL1. This is due to Network Rail maintenance work.

Monday 15 until Thursday July 18

No westbound service between Camden Road and Willesden Junction after 11.45pm each night

The last two trains from Stratford will terminate at Camden Road. Use alternative Tube, Overground services or local bus routes. This is due to Network Rail maintenance work.

Tuesday 16 until Friday July 19

No southbound service between Willesden Junction and Shepherd's Bush until 6.15am each day

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The 5.52am train from Willesden Junction will start from Shepherd's Bush at 6am. The 6.08am train from Willesden Junction to Clapham Junction will not run. Use local bus routes 220 or 228. This is due to Network Rail maintenance work.

Saturday July 20 until Sunday August 4

No service between Hackney Downs and Chingford

Use alternative Tube, rail or local bus services. Rail replacement buses will run every 20 minutes, calling at all stations. This is due to Network Rail bridge replacement works.

Service changes between Liverpool Street and Enfield Town/Cheshunt

Revised services will be operating between Liverpool Street and Enfield Town/Cheshunt. 

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During peak hours on Mondays to Fridays, fewer trains will be running to/from Enfield Town and Cheshunt and services will be re-timed.

There will also be a one-way system operating at Seven Sisters during peak hours and at other busy times when required. Plan ahead, allow extra time for your journey and check before you travel.

DLR

Saturday 13 and Sunday July 14

No service between Bank/Tower Gateway and Canary Wharf/Canning Town, and between Stratford and Canary Wharf (via All Saints)

Use alternative Tube services or local bus routes. Rail replacement buses will run between Tower Gateway and Canning Town. This is due to DLR track works and KAD maintenance works.

Buses and roads

Until late September

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A12 Colchester Road

Until late September, there will be directional lane restrictions on the A12 Colchester Road between the junction with the M25 and the junction with Woodstock Avenue. This is due to essential Thames Water works. For more information, visit the National Highways website.

Customers travelling during this time should allow more time to complete their journey, and check before they travel.

Until October 6

A10 Kingsland High Street

Until October 6, there will be a series of lane restrictions, lane closures and temporary lights on the A10 Kingsland High Street at the junction of Sandringham Road. This is to install new pedestrian and cycling crossing facilities across Kingsland High Street.

Queues are expected on the A10 while these works take place. Roads in the surrounding areas are also likely to be busier as people use alternative routes. Allow more time for your journey and check before you travel. 

Thursday July 11

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Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

From 5pm until 11.45pm, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium will host Travis Scott in concert. Large crowds and increased traffic levels are expected before and after the event.

O2 Arena

From 6.30pm until 10.30pm, the O2 Arena will host The Killers in concert. Large crowds and increased traffic levels are expected before and after the event.

Thursday 11 until Sunday July 14

St John's Wood

From 11am until 6pm each day, Lord's cricket ground will host a five-day test match. Large crowds and increased traffic levels are expected.

Kew Gardens

From 5pm until 10.30pm each day, Kew Gardens will be hosting a live music event. Large crowds and increased traffic levels are expected before and after the event.

Until Sunday July 14

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Wimbledon Tennis Championships

From 12pm until 9pm each day, the Wimbledon Tennis Championships will be taking place. Large crowds and increased traffic levels are expected each day throughout the tournament.

Friday 12 until Sunday July 14

Finsbury Park

From 1.30pm until 11.30pm on Friday, and from 11am until 10.30pm on Saturday and Sunday, Finsbury Park will be hosting a music event. Large crowds and increased traffic levels are expected. 

Hyde Park

From 2pm until 11pm each day from Friday 12 until Sunday July 14, Hyde Park will be hosting the BST Hyde Park festival. Park Lane will be closed in both directions between Marble Arch and Hyde Park Corner for 90 minutes each evening to assist crowd movement. Large crowds and increased traffic levels are expected. 

Friday 12 until Monday July 15

M25 junction 10 and 11

From 9pm on Friday 12 until 6am on Monday July 15, the M25 will be closed in both directions between junctions 10 and 11. This is so that National Highways can carry out major motorway works. 

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Customers using this part of the M25 should plan ahead, consider alternative routes, check before they travel and allow more time for their journey. For more information, visit the National Highways website.

Saturday July 13

Central London

From 8am until 2pm, Whitehall will be closed between Parliament Square and Whitehall Place for a wreath laying service. Large crowds are expected.

The Oval

From 6.30pm until 10.30pm, The Oval will host the Women's International cricket match between England and New Zealand. Large crowds and increased traffic levels are expected before and after the match.

O2 Arena

From 6.30pm until 10.30pm, the O2 Arena will be hosting Peter Kay Live. Large crowds and increased traffic levels are expected before and after the event.

Saturday 13 until Friday July 19

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Central London

From 6pm on Saturday 13 until 7am on Friday July 19, Abingdon Street/St Margaret Street will be closed for preparation works for the State Opening of Parliament.

Sunday July 14

Central London

From 6am until 4pm, a 10k charity run will take place in Westminster, with road closures along the route, including Upper Thames Street from Southwark Bridge, Blackfriars Underpass, Victoria Embankment and White Lion Hill. Large crowds are expected.

From 12pm until 4pm, a march will take place from the Sri Lankan High Commission to Whitehall via Marble Arch, Oxford Circus, Trafalgar Square and Downing Street. Large crowds are expected.

Sunday July 21 until October 2024

A40 Westway

From Sunday July 21 until October 2024, there will be a series of closures affecting the slip roads on and off the A40 at the Westway roundabout and on the A3220 West Cross route. This is due to critical safety works.

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The first phase of these works will be from 10pm on Sunday July 21 until Thursday August 22, when the eastbound off-slip and the southbound A3220 West Cross route from the Westway roundabout will be closed. Drivers will not be able to exit the A40 to join the A3220 West Cross route travelling southbound. The westbound on-slip and A3220 northbound will remain open. 

Signed diversion routes will be in place but these and local roads are expected to be extremely busy. Delays on the A40 Westway on the approach to the Westway roundabout and the exit for Wood Lane are expected. 

Use alternative routes such as the A312 The Parkway or the A406 North Circular for connections with the A4. 

For access to Westfield White City, please use local public transport, walk or cycle where possible. 

Until late July

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Brixton Road

From 9pm until 6am each night until late July, Brixton Road will be closed in phases between Acre Lane and New Camberwell Road due to essential road surfacing works. 

We will be introducing temporary bus route 759 to help customers complete their journeys during these works, which will run between Oval station and Brixton (Effra Road) via Brixton Road and Camberwell New Road, following sections of bus route P5. 

Customers using route 759 will still need to touch in to pay for their journey, but the Hopper fare will still be active on this route for customers changing buses. 

Buses which usually operate on Brixton Road (3, 59, 133, 159, 415, N109 and N133) will be diverted during the works, with no service on Brixton Road between Stockwell Road and Camberwell New Road.

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