Engineering work will cause travel disruption across London this weekend as a contrasting picture lies ahead for the capital’s weather. After a sun baked capital basks in temperatures of 26C on Saturday (September 16), on Sunday it will be more overcast, and we could even see thunderstorms.
Locals and tourists alike will be travelling in their millions around the capital on public transport during their days off. The London Underground , National Rail services, and London buses all have alterations this weekend.
As well as TfL’s website and TfL Go app, we’ve got you covered here at MyLondon . We’ve gathered all the information from our sources across London’s transport organisations and our team of reporters across the city to keep you moving.
London Underground and DLR
Tube – District line: On Friday, September 15, from 9pm, and all day Saturday 16 and Sunday 17, there will be no service between Earls Court and Ealing Broadway / Richmond. Replacement buses will operate.
Piccadilly line: From 9pm on Friday, September 15, until 4.30am on Sunday, September 17, there will be no service between Hyde Park Corner and Northfields / Uxbridge (including Night Tube ). Customers have been advised to use Metropolitan line services between Rayners Lane and Uxbridge.
DLR – On Saturday and Sunday, there will be no service between Bank/Tower Gateway and Poplar/West India Quay. Replacement bus service DL1 operates between Tower Gateway and Canary Wharf.
Waterloo & City line does not run on weekends