TfL this weekend June 30 to July 2: Road closures, Overground, DLR and bus disruption
Here is the full list of TfL closures over the weekend, June 30 to July 2.
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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 closures over the weekend, June 30 to July 2.
BST Hyde Park and Pride Parade
Many roads in Westminster will be closed with bus routes diverted or stopping short of their normal destinations. Stations nearest to the events will be very busy and may need to restrict entry or become exit-only to safely manage crowds.
TfL has asked customers to check before they travel, allow more time for your journey and follow advice from staff, stewards and the police. Passengers may need to queue and/or use a different Tube station for their return journey. Customers are advised to consider travelling to/from a quieter station slightly further away and walking or cycling to/from the event.
Those travelling to the Pride in London Parade should use Leicester Square, Charing Cross or Embankment Tube stations. For step-free access, use Green Park, Westminster or Victoria.
To travel to the Soho ‘Event Stages’ use Oxford Circus, Leicester Square and Charing Cross. For step-free access use Tottenham Court Road.
BST Hyde Park travel
For BST Hyde Park customers should use Marble Arch, Paddington, Knightsbridge and Hyde Park Corner. For step-free access, use Bond Street, Green Park or Victoria.
Saturday 1 and Sunday July 2
No service between Surrey Quays and Clapham Junction
A rail replacement bus service will run.
Sunday July 2
Services to Chingford will not call at Bethnal Green station until after 11.30pm.
Use London Overground services to Cheshunt or Enfield Town.
Sunday July 2
No service between Westferry and Lewisham
Use the Jubilee line or Southeastern services. Rail replacement bus services will run between Westferry and Island Gardens and between Canada Water and Lewisham.
Buses and roads
Bus journeys will be affected by the following changes this weekend.
Friday June 30
Whitehall - There will be overnight junction and road closures in the Whitehall area from 8pm until 2am in preparation for the London Pride Parade. Increased traffic is expected.
Friday June 30 and Saturday July 1
The O2, North Greenwich - WWE events will be taking place in the O2 from 5.30pm until 11.30pm. Large crowds are expected.
Friday June 30 to Sunday July 2
Park Lane, Hyde Park - The BST Hyde Park concerts will be taking place from 2pm to 11pm on Friday and Saturday and from 2pm to midnight on Sunday. Park Lane will be closed when the event ends. Large crowds and increased traffic are expected.
Lord’s Cricket Ground - Lord’s Cricket Ground will be hosting England vs Australia cricket matches from 11am until 6.30pm each day. Increased traffic and large crowds are expected.
Finsbury Park - Finsbury Park will be hosting concerts by Pulp and The 1975 from 12pm until 11pm each day. Increased traffic and large crowds are expected. Seven Sisters Road will be closed when the event ends.
Saturday July 1
Central London area - The Pride in London 2023 Parade will be taking place all day in Whitehall, Piccadilly and Trafalgar Square. Road closures will be in place. Large crowds and increased traffic are expected.
York Street, Twickenham - The Discover Twickenham Community event will be taking place from 9am until 5pm. A road closure will be in place and buses will be on diversion. Large crowds and increased traffic are expected.
Royal Victoria Dock - Royal Victoria Dock will be hosting the Solid Grooves On The Dock music event, which will be taking place from 12pm until 11pm. Large crowds and increased traffic are expected.
Crystal Palace - The Crystal Palace Parade will be taking place from 2pm until 11pm. Large crowds and increased traffic are expected.
Wembley Stadium - Wembley Stadium will be hosting Def Leppard and Motley Crue from 8pm until 2am. Large crowds and increased traffic are expected.
There will be a demonstration from 9am taking place across the South and North Circular roads. Large crowds and increased traffic are expected.
Sunday July 2
Enfield area - The Turkish Cypriot Culture Festival will be taking place from 10am until 9. Large crowds and increased traffic are expected.
Archway Road - The Lord Murugan Chariot Festival will be taking place from 11:00 until 14:30. 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.
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.