Here is our weekly travel update to help you get around London this week. Please check if any of the following affects you.
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On Sunday 10 February, there will be no service between:
- Gospel Oak and Barking until 13:00. This is due to Network Rail track work. Rail replacement buses will run between Gospel Oak and Seven Sisters (for South Tottenham) and also between Walthamstow Central and Barking. Use Victoria line or local bus services between Seven Sisters and Walthamstow Central
- Euston and Watford Junction. This is due to Network Rail track work. Use Tube or local bus services between Euston and Queen’s Park. Rail replacement buses will run between Queen’s Park and Harrow & Wealdstone, and also between Harrow & Wealdstone and Watford Junction. Alternatively, use London Northwestern Railway services between Euston and Harrow & Wealdstone / Watford Junction
- New Cross Gate and Crystal Palace / West Croydon. This is due to Network Rail track work. Rail replacement buses will run
- Romford and Upminster. This is due to Crossrail construction work. Use local buses 165, 248 or 370
From Monday 11 until Thursday 14 February, there will be no southbound service between Sydenham and West Croydon after 23:45. Use Southern services from Sydenham to Norwood Junction / East Croydon, trams from East Croydon to West Croydon or local buses via any reasonable route.
On Saturday 9 February, there will be no service between Liverpool Street and Romford. This is due to overhead electrical line renewal and track work. Rail replacement buses will run. A reduced train service will continue to run every 15 minutes between Romford and Shenfield.
On Sunday 10 February, there will be no service between Liverpool Street and Shenfield. This is due to overhead electrical line renewal and track work. Use the Central line for travel between Liverpool Street and Newbury Park. Rail replacement buses will run.
Bus and road users may be affected by the following changes this weekend. We expect to run a good bus service, but buses may be delayed, diverted or stop short of their normal destination.
North Greenwich – Until Monday 11 February, local buses and other transport services are likely to be busy in the North Greenwich area. Increased traffic levels are expected. This is due to a store opening at Millennium Leisure Park.
Marylebone – From 19:00 tonight, Thursday 7 until 06:00 on Friday 8 February, and from 19:00 on Friday 8 until 15:00 on Sunday 10 February, Baker Street will be closed between Marylebone Road and Dorset Street. Between 19:00 and 06:00 from Tuesday 12 until Friday 15 February, Park Road will be closed from St John’s Wood Road. Bus routes and traffic will be on diversion. This is due to resurfacing works to prepare for the switch to two-way traffic on Baker Street and Gloucester Place between 21 and 24 February. For more information, visit our Baker Street two-way works page.
Kensington – Until 20:00 on Monday 11 February, Kensington Road will have various restrictions and closures in both directions around Kensington Gore, Princes Gate, Queens Gate and Prince Consort Road for the EE British Academy Film Awards. Prince Consort Road will also be closed.
Westminster – From 07:00 until 20:00 on Sunday 10 February, there will be extensive closures in the Westminster area. From 07:00, Pall Mall East, Duncannon Street (between St Martin’s Place and Strand), Charing Cross Road slip (not main Charing Cross Road), Dean Street and Wardour Street (between Shaftesbury Avenue and Winnett Street) will be closed. From 08:00, Charing Cross Road will be closed in both directions between St Martin’s Place and Shaftesbury Avenue, and will be closed southbound between Denmark Street and Shaftesbury Avenue. Shaftesbury Avenue will be closed in both directions between Charing Cross Road and Piccadilly Circus, and also westbound between St Giles High Street and Cambridge Circus. All roads within the Chinatown area will be closed.
From 09:00, High Holborn and Hyde Park Corner junction eastbound on to Piccadilly and Piccadilly underpass may be closed if necessary. Trafalgar Square will be accessible via Cockspur Street, Whitehall, Northumberland and Strand. Cockspur Street eastbound bus only section will be suspended to allow general traffic use. Buses will be on diversion or curtailment. This is due to an event.
Wembley Stadium – From 12:30 until 16:00 on Sunday 10 February, Wembley Stadium will be hosting the Premier League football match between Tottenham and Leicester, with kick off at 13:30. Large crowds and high traffic levels are expected in the Wembley area before and after the game. Roads likely to be affected include the A406, A1, A40, Harrow Road, Wembley High Road and roads around the stadium.
Central London – From 16:00 until 18:00 on Monday 11 February, there may be delays in the Blackfriars and London Bridge areas. This is due to a demonstration.
Central London – From 13:00 on Monday 11 until 16:00 on Friday 15 February, there may be delays in the Tottenham Court Road and Euston Road Parliament Street areas. This is due to a demonstration.