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The Night Tube in London


The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan launched London’s first ever weekend Night Tube service at the end of August 2016 which was used for over 50,000 journeys. At the moment, the Night Tube is only on the Central and Victoria Lines but will be rolled to other lines before the end of the year.

The Night Tube facts

A 24-hour service now runs on the Central and Victoria lines on Fridays and Saturdays

Trains run every 10 or 20 minutes, depending on stations

This new service runs alongside existing Night Bus and taxi services

Night Tube services will begin on the Jubilee line on 7 October

Night Tube services on the Northern and Piccadilly lines will follow by the end of the year

 The service is expected to benefit thousands of workers who have to travel to or from work at night and help Londoners get home quickly and safely after a night out. It will also benefit visitors who arrive in London in the early morning.

For more information, visit the Transport for London website here

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