Underground problems over the coming weekend – do you want these every week?

London Underground

Blackfriars Tube station on the District and Circle lines will be closed until late this year for Thameslink redevelopment works.

Cannon Street Tube station on the District and Circle lines will be closed every weekend until mid-2012 for redevelopment works.

Farringdon Tube station on the Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan lines will be closed all weekend for Thameslink works.

The Circle line will be suspended all weekend due to line upgrade work at Edgware Road.

Bond Street station on the Central and Jubilee lines will be closed before 6am and after 11pm on Saturday and before 7am and after 11pm on Sunday due to major escalator refurbishment work

The District line will be suspended all weekend between Earl’s Court and Kensington (Olympia) and between Edgware Road and Wimbledon due to line upgrade work and track replacement work.

The Hammersmith & City line will be suspended all weekend between Baker Street and Hammersmith due to line upgrade work.

The Jubilee line will be completely suspended on Sunday morning until 8.15am. Between 8.15am and 9.30pm the line will be suspended between West Hampstead and Stanmore, and after 9.30pm it will be suspended between Waterloo and Stanmore due to line upgrade work.

The Metropolitan line will be suspended on Sunday between Aldgate and Uxbridge due to track replacement work.

Northern line trains will not stop at Tottenham Court Road until late November due to station improvement work.

The Piccadilly line will be suspended on Sunday between South Harrow and Uxbridge due to track replacement work.

The Victoria line will be suspended all weekend between Highbury & Islington and Brixton due to track improvement work.

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2 Responses to “Underground problems over the coming weekend – do you want these every week?”

  1. Cygnet Says:

    It is possible to get daily and weekend updates of problems and information by registering with Tfl (Transport for London) on line. It gives maps and alternative routes where available. The main website is http://www.tfl.gov.uk

  2. ampersfa Says:

    I know, but I will take my actions from the majority of the poll figures.

    We have hundreds of readers who have opted for an email when new posts are made, and they may prefer just to get the information from here.

    I’ll know by next week what the majority want.

    I hope you have entered the poll. 🙂


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