TfL this weekend July 7 to 9: Road closures, Overground and bus disruptions

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Here is the full list of closures over the weekend, July 7 to 9.

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.

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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 closures over the weekend, July 7 to 9.

London Overground

Saturday July 8

The 0.25am last train from Surrey Quays to Clapham Junction will not run

Customers are asked to use the previous train departing from Surrey Quays at 0.07am.

Sunday July 9

No service between Sydenham and West Croydon

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Customers are asked to use local bus routes or Southeastern services instead. A Southern rail replacement bus service will run from Crystal Palace calling at Selhurst, Norwood Junction and West Croydon. Visit the Southern website for more information.

No service between Surrey Quays and Clapham Junction

A rail replacement bus service will run.

The London Overground is expecting some disruptions this weekendThe London Overground is expecting some disruptions this weekend
The London Overground is expecting some disruptions this weekend | AFP via Getty Images

No service between South Tottenham and Barking Riverside until 12.30pm

Use alternative Tube services or local bus routes. A rail replacement bus service will run between Walthamstow Central and Barking.

No service between Camden Road and Stratford after 10.15pm

For Caledonian Road & Barnsbury use bus route 274 to/from Camden Road or walk to/from Highbury & Islington. A rail replacement bus service will run.

Services to Chingford will not call at Bethnal Green

Use London Overground services to Cheshunt or Enfield Town.

Sunday 9 to Thursday July 13

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No service between Hackney Downs and Chingford after 10.45pm each night

Use alternative Tube services. A rail replacement bus service will run.

Elizabeth line

Sunday July 9

Reduced service between Paddington and Ealing Broadway until 7.15am.

A full service will run to/from Heathrow. Some services will start from/terminate at Ealing Broadway.

Buses and roads

Thursday July 6 to Sunday July 9

Park Lane, Hyde Park

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The BST Hyde Park concerts will be taking place from 1pm to 11.30pm on Thursday, 11am to 11pm on Friday, 1pm to 11.30pm on Saturday and from 2pm to 00.30am on Sunday. Park Lane will be closed when the event ends. Large crowds and increased traffic are expected.

Friday July 7

The O2, North Greenwich

The O2 will be hosting Iron Maiden in concert from 7pm until 00.30am. Large crowds and increased traffic are expected.

Friday 7 and Saturday July 8

London Stadium

The Weeknd will be in concert at the London Stadium from 4pm until 11pm each day. Large crowds and increased traffic are expected.

Friday 7 to Sunday July 9

Finsbury Park

The Wireless Festival will be taking place from 11am  until 11pm each day. Seven Sisters Road will be closed from Hornsey Road junction to Green Lanes when the event ends. Large crowds and increased traffic are expected.

Saturday July 8

Camden area

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The Somers Town Festival will be taking place from 9am until 5pm. Chalton Street (NW1) will be closed and there will be no access to Chalton Street, Phoenix Road and Ossulston Street. Large crowds and increased traffic are expected.

Isleworth, Hounslow

The West London Eid festival will be taking place at Osterley Park and House from 10am until 10pm. Osterley Lane will be closed. Increased traffic and large crowds are expected.

Lord’s Cricket Ground, St John’s Wood

Lord’s Cricket Ground will be hosting an England vs Australia cricket match from 6.30pm until 10.30pm. Increased traffic and large crowds are expected.

Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 July

Ealing

The Acton Carnival will be taking place from 11am  until 7pm each day, with a carnival procession from Woodlands Park to Acton High Street. Increased traffic and large crowds are expected.

Silvertown/Royal Docks

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Dockyards will be hosting a two-day music event, which will be taking place from 12pm until 10.30pm each day. Large crowds and increased traffic are expected.

Wembley Stadium

Wembley Stadium will be hosting Blur from 4.30pm to 11pm each day. Large crowds and increased traffic are expected.

Saturday 8 to Monday July 10

Southbound Blackwall Tunnel and A102 weekend closures

Blackwall Tunnel will be closed to southbound traffic, through to the junction on Blackwall Lane from 00.01am on Saturday July 8 until 5am on Monday July 10. The tunnel will be open to northbound traffic, with sign-posted diversions in place.

To travel southbound, plan ahead, check before you travel, use alternative river crossings and allow more time for your journey. The Congestion Charge zone will be in operation as normal. To help you cross the river, the Woolwich Ferry will operate between 8am and 7pm this weekend.

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From 10pm on Friday July 7 until approximately midnight on Sunday July 9, bus route 108 will not cross the river and instead will operate as two services, starting/terminating at Canning Town and North Greenwich. Use the Jubilee line to cross the river. From approximately midnight on Sunday July 9, a bus service across the river will be restored. Please check Journey Planner for details.

Sunday July 9

Central London area

The Asics London 10K race will be taking place from 7am until 7pm.  Extensive road closures will be in place for the event. Large crowds and increased traffic are expected.

The O2, North Greenwich

The Hollywood Vampires concert will be taking place from 6pm until 11pm. Large crowds and increased traffic are expected.

Until Saturday July 8

Chiswick roundabout

Until Saturday July 8, there will be weeknight works between 10pm and 5am on Chiswick roundabout while National Highways carry out maintenance on the M4 Chiswick Flyover.

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All slip roads to and from the A4 will be maintained but customers may need to follow local diversions if using the roundabout during this time. Plan ahead and allow more time for your journey. For more details, visit the National Highways website.

Until Thursday August 31

Penge Road, Bromley

Until 11pm on Thursday August 31, there will be three-way temporary signals in place on Penge Road at the junction of Kings Road, in both directions, due to Network Rail bridge works. Delays are expected.

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