TfL this weekend July 14 to 16: Road closures, Overground, DLR and bus disruptions

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Here is the full list of closures over the weekend, July 14 to 16.

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 14 to 16.

London Underground

Northern line

Saturday 15 and Sunday July 16

No service between Camden Town and Edgware, including Friday and Saturday Night Tube.

Customers are asked to use the Jubilee line, replacement or local bus services. Night Tube customers should use Night Bus route N5.

London Overground

Saturday 15 and Sunday July 16

  • No service between Willesden Junction and Shepherd’s Bush

Customers are asked to use local bus routes 220 or 228.

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  • No service between Richmond and Gospel Oak (via West Hampstead)

Use the District line between Richmond, Kew Gardens and Gunnersbury. A rail replacement bus service will run between Gunnersbury and Camden Road.

  • No service between Hackney Downs and Chingford

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

Sunday July 16

  • No service between Kilburn High Road and Euston until 12pm and after 8.30pm.

Use alternative Tube services or local bus routes.

  • No service between Barking and Barking Riverside

Use local bus routes EL1, EL2 and EL3 for Barking Riverside. For trains going to Gospel Oak from Barking, use platform 1.

Londoners travelling into the capital this weekend could be faced with disruption due to closures on TfL services. Credit: TfLLondoners travelling into the capital this weekend could be faced with disruption due to closures on TfL services. Credit: TfL
Londoners travelling into the capital this weekend could be faced with disruption due to closures on TfL services. Credit: TfL | Credit: TfL

DLR

Saturday 15 and Sunday July 16

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

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Use alternative Tube services or local bus routes. A rail replacement bus service will run between Tower Gateway and Canning Town from 5.30am on Saturday until 1am on Sunday, and from 6.30am on Sunday until 0.30am on Monday.

Buses and roads

Friday July 14

Alexandra Palace

Bastille will be in concert at Alexandra Palace from 5pm until 11pm. Large crowds and increased traffic are expected.

Friday 14 to Sunday July 16

The O2, North Greenwich

The O2 will be hosting Jack Whitehall from 6.30pm until 10.30pm each day. Large crowds and increased traffic are expected.

Saturday July 15

Whitehall

The Belgian Day Parade will be taking place in the Whitehall area from 8am until 1pm. Road closures will be in place for the event. Large crowds and increased traffic are expected.

Trent Country Park

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The Ghana Party in the Park Festival will be taking place in Trent Country Park from 12pm until 11pm. Large crowds and increased traffic are expected.

Parliament Square

A demonstration will be taking place in Parliament Square from 1pm until 6pm. Increased traffic and large crowds are expected.

Marble Arch

A demonstration will be taking place in Marble Arch from 1pm until 5pm. Large crowds are expected.

Portland Place, Marylebone

A demonstration will be taking place from 1pm until 5pm. Large crowds are expected.

Trafalgar Square

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A demonstration will be taking place from 2pm until 5pm. Large crowds are expected.

Sunday July 16

Soho

The annual Soho Fete and Waiters’ Race will be taking place in Soho from 11am until 8pm. There will be road closures in place for the event. Increased traffic and large crowds are expected.

Trafalgar Square

The annual Chess Fest event will be taking place from 11am until 6pm. Increased traffic and large crowds are expected.

Trent Country Park

The Mauritius Open Air Festival will be taking place at Trent Country Park from 12pm until 10pm. Large crowds and increased traffic are expected.

Central London area

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The St Peter’s Church Procession will move along Clerkenwell Road, Leather Lane, St Cross Road and Saffron Hill. Clerkenwell Road will be closed in both directions between Roseberry Avenue and Farringdon Road from 1pm until 8pm. Large crowds and increased traffic are expected.

A4 Great West Road

From Monday July 17 until December 2023, there will be a series of lane restrictions in place between Boston Manor Road and Lionel Road North. In addition, there will be full overnight road closures in July at times between 10pm and 5am. This is due to National Highways work on the M4 Chiswick Flyover.

For more details, visit the National Highways website.

Wandsworth Bridge closure

From Monday July 24, Wandsworth Bridge will close to all motorised traffic for approximately 10 weeks. This is while the London Borough of Wandsworth carries out essential safety repairs. The bridge will be open for walking. If you are cycling, you’ll be able to push your bike across. Diversions will be in place, but all local roads and nearby river crossings are expected to be extremely busy.

Bus routes C3, 295 and 28 will stop short north of the river while route N28 will be diverted across Battersea Bridge. A temporary bus route, 728 will run between Wandsworth Town Centre and Fulham Broadway via Battersea Bridge. Plan ahead, leave more time for your journey and use alternative routes and modes where possible.

Piccadilly area

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There will be road closures from 8am until 5pm between Old Park Lane and Down Street for a crane operation on Sundays 16, 23 and 30 July.

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.

Piccadilly underpass

Until Monday December 18, closures on the Piccadilly underpass are in place for tunnel improvement works.

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