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London Mayor Sadiq Khan fulfills his pledge to have 5 lines running a 24-hour weekend service by the end of the year

On December 16th the Piccadilly line will start running a weekend nighttime service with trains running approx every 10 mins between Cockfosters & Heathrow T5.

The line joins the Victoria line, Central line, Jubilee line and the Northern line (set to begin November 18th) in offering commuters a much needed 24-hour service at the weekends. With over 1 million journeys having been made already since the inception back in August, the addition of the Piccadilly line will make access to bars & clubs in Hammersmith, Kensington and the West End much easier at night - just in time for Christmas!

Need to Know:

Victoria line - every 10 mins across the entire line

Central line - every 10 mins between White City & Leytonstone, every 20 mins between Ealing Broadway & White City and Leytonstone to Loughton/Hainault

No service between N Acton & W Ruislip, Loughton & Epping and Woodford & Hainault

Jubilee line - every 10 mins across the entire line

Northern line (from 18th November) - every 8 mins between Morden & Camden Town, every 15 mins from Camden Town & High Barnet/Edgware

Piccadilly line (from 16th December) - every 10 mins between Cockfosters & Heathrow T5

No service on Heathrow T4 loop, or between Acton Town & Uxbridge

Fares: Standard off-peak


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