TfL this weekend September 1 to 3: Underground, Overground, DLR and Elizabeth line disruptions

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Here is the full list of TfL closures over the weekend, September 1 to 3.

Londoners are being warned to check before they travel this weekend as national rail strikes are set to take place.

ASLEF has announced a strike on September 1 and an overtime ban on 16 train companies across the country on September 2, while 20,000 RMT members will also be striking on September 2.

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Although Transport for London (TfL) staff are not taking part in the strikes, there may be some minor delays to TfL services.

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, September 1 to 3.

Transport for London has warned of a number of disruptions on the Underground this weekendTransport for London has warned of a number of disruptions on the Underground this weekend
Transport for London has warned of a number of disruptions on the Underground this weekend | AFP via Getty Images

London Underground

Circle Line

Saturday 2 and Sunday September 3

No service between Hammersmith and Aldgate

No service between Edgware Road and High Street Kensington

Use alternative Tube or Elizabeth line services or local bus routes. A combined Circle/Hammersmith & City service will run between High Street Kensington and Barking (via Victoria, Tower Hill and Whitechapel).

Monday 4 September

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Circle line trains will not stop at Paddington Hammersmith & City line station platforms 15 and 16

Circle line trains will be stopping at platforms 1 and 2 on the Praed Street side of the station.

District line

Saturday 2 and Sunday September 3

No service between Edgware Road and High Street Kensington

Use alternative Tube services or local bus routes.

Hammersmith & City line

Saturday 2 and Sunday September 3

No service on the entire line

Use alternative Tube or Elizabeth line services or local bus routes. A combined Circle/Hammersmith & City line service will run between High Street Kensington and Barking (via Victoria, Tower Hill and Whitechapel).

Monday September 4

Hammersmith & City line trains will not stop at Paddington station

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Use the Bakerloo or District lines, Elizabeth line services or local bus routes.

Metropolitan line

Saturday 2 and Sunday September 3

No service between Aldgate and Baker Street

Use alternative Tube or Elizabeth line services or local bus routes.

London Overground

Saturday 2 and Sunday September 3

No service between Surrey Quays and Clapham Junction

A rail replacement bus service will run every 30 minutes.

Sunday September 3

No service between Sydenham and West Croydon

Use rail replacement bus services between Crystal Palace and West Croydon, or local bus services for alternative routes.

No service between Gospel Oak and Barking Riverside

Use alternative Tube, local or rail replacement bus services.

No service between Liverpool Street and Chingford

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Use alternative Tube services or local bus routes. A rail replacement bus service will run every 20 minutes.

No service between Liverpool Street and Enfield Town/Cheshunt until 10.15am

Use alternative Tube or local buses, or rail replacement bus services from Seven Sisters which will run every 30 minutes.

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 Camden Road and Stratford after 10.15pm.

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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.

Monday 4 to Thursday September 7

No service between Sydenham and West Croydon after 11.30pm each night

Use local bus or tram routes. A Southern rail replacement bus service is expected to depart from Sydenham at 0.57am, calling at Penge West, Anerley, Norwood Junction, Selhurst and East Croydon. Visit the Southern website for more information.

No service between Liverpool Street and Enfield Town/Cheshunt after 10.45pm.

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Use alternative Tube or local buses, or rail replacement bus services from Seven Sisters which will run every 30 minutes.

DLR

Saturday 2 and Sunday September 3

No service between Prince Regent and Beckton

A rail replacement bus service will run from 05:30 on Saturday until 1am on Sunday, and from 6.30am until midnight on Sunday. Rail replacement buses will run.

Elizabeth line

Sunday September 3

No service between Paddington and Abbey Wood until 8am.

Use alternative Tube or DLR services or local bus routes.

Woolwich Ferry

Until Sunday September 3, the Woolwich Ferry is closed for essential dry dock works. Drivers are encouraged to use alternative river crossings at Dartford, Blackwall, and Rotherhithe.

Pedestrians should use the Woolwich Foot Tunnel or the DLR between King George V and Woolwich Arsenal.

Buses and Roads

Friday 1 to Sunday September 3

Chiswick House & Gardens

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The Pub in the Park food and music festival will be taking place in Chiswick House and Gardens from 6pm until 11pm each day.

Saturday September 2

A10, Bishopsgate

From 0.01am until 11.59pm on Saturday September 2, Bishopsgate will be closed northbound between its junctions with Primrose Street and Brushfield Street for a crane operation.

Greater London area

The Just Walk Marathon Trek charity walk will take place from 8am until 7.30pm, with participants making four loops around London. Large crowds are expected.

Cumberland Gate, Marble Arch

A demonstration will be taking place from 8am until 4pm by Cumberland Gate. Large crowds are expected.

Norbury/Chelsea Fire Stations

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The Firefighters Engine Pull will be taking place, starting at 9am in Norbury and finishing in Chelsea at 4pm approximately. Increased traffic is expected.

Central London area

A demonstration march will be taking place from 10.30am until 4.30pm, starting at the Emmanuel Centre and finishing in Parliament Square. Large crowds are expected.

Trafalgar Square

The Black on the Square celebration will take place from 12pm until 6pm in Trafalgar Square. Increased traffic and large crowds are expected.

Parliament Square

A demonstration will be taking place in Parliament Square from 2pm until 6pm. Large crowds are expected.

Sunday September 3

East/South London areas

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The Big Half marathon will be taking place in East and South London areas from 5am until 2pm. Extensive road closures will be in place from 4am until 12.30pm approximately. Increased traffic and large crowds are expected.

Barking/Ilford areas

The annual Nagar Kirtan Procession will be taking place from 10am until 4pm, starting from the Gurdwara on North Street and finishing at the Gurdwara on High Road, Goodmayes. Traffic holds will be in place along the procession route to facilitate the movement across junctions. Large crowds and increased traffic are expected.

Blondin Park, Northfields

The Brentford Festival will be taking place from 12pm until 6pm. Large crowds and increased traffic are expected.

Cherry Orchard Road, Croydon

Until Monday September 4, Cherry Orchard Road will be closed in both directions at the junction with Cedar Road.

Wandsworth Bridge closure

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Until early October, Wandsworth Bridge will be closed to all motorised traffic. 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 using the bridge will stop north of the river or be on diversion.

A40, Hanger Lane Gyratory and Gypsy Corner

Until mid-November, there will be a series of lane closures on the A40 between Hanger Lane Gyratory and Gypsy Corner. This is while utility work is carried out for the HS2 rail project. Delays are expected and you are advised to leave more time for your journey and use other routes where possible. For more details about the works, visit the HS2 website.

Kingston Cromwell Road bus station

Kingston Cromwell Road bus station is closed until summer 2024. During the works, buses will not stop at the bus station. Some buses which normally stop in the bus station or on Cromwell Road will serve temporary stops, be diverted or stop short of their normal destinations.

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Stops A1 to A16 and Z1 will be closed for the duration of the works. Stop R on Wood Street will also be closed. Two new temporary bus stops with shelters will be located a short walk away, to the east of the bus station, on Cromwell Road and the bus lane will be extended. During the works, allow extra time for your journey and use nearby alternative bus stops.

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