Forthcoming Disruption on Public Transport

Tubes and trains services affected by engineering work and strikes

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South Western Railway Urges Passengers To Plan for Strikes

Central line


There is planned strike action every Friday and Saturday night between 2030 and 0429 the following morning until Sunday 19 June. Central and Victoria lines could be affected. A good service is expected on the Victoria line (including Night Tube). A regular service is expected on the Central line (at least two trains per hour through central London). Check your travel if you are using these lines before 0600 on Saturday or Sundays. All other Tube lines will run their normal daytime services during these strikes, with the last Tubes in central London leaving around 01:00 and starting again at 05:30.

Sunday 19 June

a reduced frequency, two trains an hour, operates between Paddington and Heathrow. All Elizabeth line trains operate to/from Heathrow Terminal 4, use Heathrow Express between Heathrow Terminals 2 & 3 and Heathrow Terminal 5. Four trains an hour operate between Paddington and Hayes & Harlington. Trains will not call at Acton Main Line, West Ealing and Hanwell

piccadilly line

Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 July

No service between Acton Town and Uxbridge. Use Metropolitan line services between Rayners Lane and Uxbridge. Replacement buses operate between Acton Town and Rayners Lane.

Service PL4: Acton Town - Ealing Common - North Ealing - Hanger Lane (for Central line and Park Royal) - Sudbury Town - Sudbury Hill - South Harrow - Rayners Lane.

Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 July

No service on the whole line.

Circle line

Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 July

No service between Edgware Road and Aldgate (via Victoria).

District line

No planned engineering work

London Overground

No planned engineering work

No planned engineering work




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June 13, 2022

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