TfL service update - COVID-19
TfL Press Release - TfL announces planned services to support London’s critical workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
From March 19, some London Underground (LU) stations that do not interchange with other lines are likely to close until further notice, depending on how many LU staff are able to come to work during the COVID-19 pandemic.
From this Friday (20 March), there will be no Waterloo & City line, Night Tube or Night Overground services until further notice. The stopping of Night Tube and Night Overground services will enable more time for work to be done overnight and to give resilience to the day Tube service.
From Monday 23 March, TfL will gradually reduce other services across the TfL network to provide a service for critical workers to get to where they need to. This will enable TfL to keep the most used stations and services open and running. TfL is aiming to run Tube trains every 4 minutes in Zone 1, with the potential to further reduce this further.
Similarly, from next week until further notice, London Overground, TfL Rail, the DLR and London Trams will run fewer services.
In addition, from March 19, up to 40 London Underground (LU) stations that do not interchange with other lines will be closed until further notice. Anyone who needs to make essential journeys should check www.tfl.gov.uk for live travel updates before they travel. Further details about stations potentially impacted can be found here.