Transport Disruption This Weekend

Tube, rail and Overground services affected

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For other closures further details of alternative arrangements and bus replacement services will be posted here when available. Look out in your site's newsletter for updated information.

For further information visit or phone 020 7222 1234 (24 hours) or speak to station staff.

If you are planning to travel this weekend 12/13 January, please check if any of the following works will affect you.

For details of all planned engineering and maintenance work this weekend, alternative routes and a map, please click here .

There is no service this weekend between Tooting Broadway and Morden due to track improvement work.

There is no service this weekend between Clapham Junction and Kensington (Olympia) due to Network Rail bridge work.

On Sunday, there is no service between Kensington (Olympia) and Willesden Junction before 12pm due to Network Rail track and signalling maintenance.

The lines between Twickenham and Staines, also between Kew Bridge and Staines will be closed all day Sunday.

  • One train an hour will run between London Waterloo and Reading via Wimbledon and Weybridge.
  • One train an hour will run between Staines and Reading.
  • A revised train service will run on the “Kingston Loop” route, connecting at Twickenham with bus services.
  • A shuttle train service will run between Staines and Windsor & Eton Riverside.
  • Replacement bus services will run between Twickenham and Staines, connecting with the above train services.
  • Trains will run between London Waterloo and Kew Bridge, also between Staines and Woking. A replacement bus service will run between Kew Bridge and Staines.
  • Trains between Ascot and Guildford will be revised to connect at Ascot with the altered Reading trains. These services will also be replaced by buses between Aldershot and Guildford due to work there.

South West Trains January Summary