Thursday, 31 March 2016

Transport for London - Weekend travel information - 2/3 April 2016

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Travel update to help you get around London this weekend, 2/3 April. Most of the network will be open with services running as normal, but please check if any of the following affect you.





London Underground


We are undertaking a comprehensive improvement programme across London’s transport network, including the modernisation of the Tube.

For a map showing the planned line closures for this weekend and also bus replacement information, please click here


Central line
There will be no service between Marble Arch and Bethnal Green. This is to allow for points renewal work between Holborn and Liverpool Street.




London Overground


There is no service between Highbury & Islington and Shadwell and Surrey Quays and New Cross, due to Crossrail construction work. Services will resume on Saturday.
 
On Sunday there is no service between the following stations:
 Gospel Oak and Barking until 12:00, to prepare the line for electrification
 Camden Road and Stratford, due to bridge replacement work at Highbury Corner
 
For the latest status update on London Underground and London Overground this weekend, pleaseclick here

For an overview of planned track closures for the next six months, please click here





London Trams


There are changes to services as follows:
 Trams from Beckenham Junction, Elmers End and New Addington are terminating at East Croydon
 Trams from Wimbledon are terminating at Reeves Corner
 Line 4 is not running
 
Services will resume on Sunday. This is due to track renewal work in Croydon Town Centre.





Buses


Bus users may be affected by the following this weekend. While we will try to maintain a good service, buses may be delayed or stop short of their normal destination:

Stockwell - There are temporary traffic signals in place in both directions on A3 Clapham Road at the junction of Stockwell Park Road. There is also a southbound lane restriction in place. This is due to a burst water main.

City of London - Until 18:00 on Sunday 17 April, Threadneedle Street is closed between Old Broad Street and Bishopsgate for utility works.

Northwest London - From 22:00 tomorrow, Friday, until 05:00 on Wednesday, A406 North Circular Road has lane restrictions westbound between Dog Lane and Brentfield Road for collaborative TfL and utility works.

Wembley - From 12:00 until 18:30 on Sunday, delays are expected on roads surrounding Wembley Stadium, including the A406, Harrow Road and Wembley High Road. This is for a sporting event.

Northwest London - From 07:00 on Monday until 17:00 on Monday 18 April, Brentfield Road will be closed in both directions at the junction of A406 North Circular Road. This is for junction improvement works.

To check whether your bus is affected this weekend, please click here





Roads


Road users may be affected by the following this weekend:

Stockwell - There are temporary traffic signals in place in both directions on A3 Clapham Road at the junction of Stockwell Park Road. There is also a southbound lane restriction in place. This is due to a burst water main.

City of London - Until 18:00 on Sunday 17 April, Threadneedle Street is closed between Old Broad Street and Bishopsgate for utility works.

Northwest London - From 22:00 tomorrow, Friday, until 05:00 on Wednesday, A406 North Circular Road has lane restrictions westbound between Dog Lane and Brentfield Road for collaborative TfL and utility works.

Wembley - From 12:00 until 18:30 on Sunday, delays are expected on roads surrounding Wembley Stadium, including the A406, Harrow Road and Wembley High Road. This is for a sporting event.

Northwest London - From 07:00 on Monday until 17:00 on Monday 18 April, Brentfield Road will be closed in both directions at the junction of A406 North Circular Road. This is for junction improvement works.

For the latest status update on road travel this weekend, please click here





Santander Cycles


The following docking stations will be out of service this weekend:
 Breams Buildings, for utility works
 Kingsway, for repair works
 South Quay West and Wansey Street, for building works
 Webber Street, for site reconstruction
 Kennington Road Post Office, for electrical works
 
For the latest update on docking station availability, please click here
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What's on in April? - Museum of London


Catch The Crime Museum Uncovered before it closes on 10 Apr to discover objects relating to some of the most notorious and significant crimes in London’s history while they are on public display.
Sat 2 Apr
Celebrate 400 years of Shakespeare by joining expert archaeologists on a boat tour down the Thames on Sat 2 Apr.
Sun 24 Apr
Discover and explore the history of the Isle of Dogs and how Isambard Kingdom Brunel, Milwall FC and generations of dockers left their mark.
From Sat 2 Apr
Discover the hidden Roman ruins of the Billingsgate Roman House & Baths with an expert guide.
Sat 9 Apr
Join us to discover the scenes of infamous crimes in this walking tour around East London on 9 Apr.
Until Sat 9 Apr
Discover famous inventors on Sat 9 Apr through various workshops from trails, storytelling and arts and crafts.
Sun 24 Apr
Monthly workshops using digital technologies. Take part in Enter a Victorian photograph on Sun 24 to create fictional Victorian characters and become part of a photograph of the time. Tickets allocated on arrival.
Mon 4 Apr
Discover and explore the ins and outs of curating the exhibition for the first time from all three of the exhibition's curators on an after-hours visit and Q&A.
Wed 5 May
Explore the tales behind the designs while experimenting what it's like to draw your designs onto the models in this session led by Art Macabre plus the chance to see the exhibition after-hours with an evening bar.