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How to travel around London over Christmas

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There may be reduced services across London's transport network throughout this festive period, but don't let that stop you in your tracks. We've got the lowdown on what's running and what isn't, so you can work out the smoothest routes.

Christmas Eve

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tube

Service as usual until 8pm, when fewer trains will run and end according to Sunday timetables.

Overground

Service as usual until 9pm, when fewer trains will run. Keep an eye on @LDNOverground for updates on the final trains of the night.

DLR

A Saturday service will operate until 10pm, when fewer trains will run. Last trains leave at 10.45pm.

Bus

A Saturday service will operate and all buses will stop running around midnight. @TfLBusAlerts will have up-to-the-minute info.

Bike

All good in this hood.

River

The Woolwich Ferry runs as usual, while the MBNA Thames Clippers operate a reduced service: find updates on @TfLRiver.

Christmas Day

 

 

© Nick Richards

 

 

Stay at home, unless you fancy a walk or a cycle, because Boris Bikes are the only transport available today.

Boxing Day

© David Holt

 

Tube

A Sunday service starts today an hour later than usual on all lines, except the Metropolitan, Circle and Hammersmith & City lines, which will be disrupted (see how on @TfLTravelAlerts), and the Waterloo & City line won't run at all.

Overground

Nothing to see here.

DLR

Trains every ten minutes 8.30pm–12.30am.

Bus

A Sunday service runs on all routes, except the 96, which operates a Saturday service. The 24-hour routes begin again from 6am.

Bike

All good in this hood.

River

Nada.

Find out what transport is running between Christmas and New Year.

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