London Tube closures for weekend of 16-17 August 2014

Here are this weekend’s Tube closures.

Metropolitan line – Chalfont & Latimer to Chesham closure between 11.30 and 17.15 both days.

District line – Aldgate East to Bromley-by-Bow and Barking to Upminster

Jubilee line – Sunday only – Waterloo to Finchley Road

Hammersmith/City line – Moorgate to Barking

London Tramlink – service outage from East Croydon to Sandilands thru Sun 17 Aug

London Overground – both days -Highbury & Islington to Clapham Junction/New Cross/Crystal Palace/West Croydon. Sunday only – S Tottenham to Barking and Sydenham to Crystal Palace. Early Sunday shutdown between Gospel Oak and Stratford at 21.30.

TfL has updated the info on the Hammersmith flyover work –  “… work is ahead of schedule … weekend closures are no longer required on the westbound carriageway. Any additional work will be done overnight. Yahoo!

The Hogarth flyover in Chiswick is down through the end of August and there’s the usual mashup at Wembley for the football.

Bus schedules and road use – Click here for road works, traffic snarls and road-closing events. Putney Bridge closure lasts until October, road works near Aldgate will mess up southbound Minories until May 2015 (lovely) and road closures in and around Piccadilly, the Mall, Whitehall late Sunday morning for a parade.

Reminders –

new – Chesham station is closed both days this w/e between 11.30 and 17.15.

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

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

Paddington – Exit only from Bakerloo line until late August 2014.

Bond Street – Jubilee line trains will not stop here until early December 2014.

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

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