London Transport Update | Coronavirus Advice
Updated 20th March The NHS is advising people only to use public transport for essential journeys to stop the spread of coronavirus.
It's important that Londoners follow the official advice and if possible work from home, only use public transport for essential journeys, and avoid social activities (pubs, restaurants, theatres and cinemas).
Transport for London will be running a reduced service to enable critical workers to travel.
London Underground/ TfL Overground
From Friday 20th March 2020, there will be no Waterloo & City line.
Until further notice, on Friday and Saturday nights, there will be no all-night 'Night Tube' service or the all-night 'Night Overground' service that currently runs on the East London line.
40 Tube stations will be closed: Bakerloo line: Lambeth North, Regents Park, Warwick Avenue, Kilburn Park, and Charing Cross. Central line: Holland Park, Queensway, Lancaster Gate, Chancery Lane, and Redbridge. Circle line: Bayswater, Great Portland Street, and Barbican. District line: Bow Road, Stepney Green, Mansion House, Temple, St James's Park, and Gloucester Road. Jubilee line: Swiss Cottage, St John's Wood, Bermondsey, and Southwark. Northern line: Tuffnell Park, Chalk Farm, Mornington Crescent, Goodge Street. Borough, Clapham South, Tooting Bec, South Wimbledon, and Hampstead. Piccadilly line: Caledonian Road, Arsenal, Covent Garden, Hyde Park Corner, Bounds Green, and Manor House. Victoria line: Pimlico and Blackhorse Road.
London buses will operate fewer services, but TfL's extensive night bus network will continue to provide critical workers with a reliable night option on Friday and Saturday nights and throughout the week.
Southeastern - From Monday 23rd March, Southeastern will introduce a reduced timetable to ensure that vital train services for key workers can keep running throughout a prolonged coronavirus outbreak.