London Tube closures for weekend of 28-29 June 2014

Here are this weekend’s Tube closures.

Metropolitan line – Moor Park to Amersham and Chesham

Jubilee line – Waterloo to Finchley Road

London Overground – Surrey Quays to Clapham Junction both days; Sunday – Clapham Junction to Willesden Junction, Camden Road to Willesden Junction via West Hampstead and Sydenham to West Croydon.

Bus schedules and road use – TfL has updated the info on the Hammersmith flyover work –  “… work is ahead of schedule … eastbound closure from 22.30 on Friday until late Saturday night… westbound carriageway will then be closed until 5.00 Monday morning. After this weekend, all closures will be westbound. Buses in the area may face some delays. Drivers who are able to do so are advised to plan their journeys and use the signed diversion route ( ed., the A40 Western Ave detour) to avoid the A4 Great West Road through Hammersmith“.

Road issues this w/e – a parade on Saturday from Baker St to Whitehall via Oxford and both Regent Sts; a festival at Trafalgar Sq Saturday evening. There is a music festival on Saturday and Sunday afternoons and early evenings. (Don’t tear your hair out with road bunchups – go for the music)!

Reminders –

Embankment – Bakerloo and Northern line trains not stopping until November 2014.

Covent Garden – Exit only until mid-November 2014. Also, on Saturdays and Sundays, westbound trains not stopping.

Bond Street – this Central line station is back in service

Gloucester Road – Piccadilly line trains not stopping until mid-December 2014

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