Jubilee Line Night Tube service returning in May says TfL

Overnight services on the Jubilee line are set to begin again next month bringing a boost to London’s evening economy.

Night Tube services will begin on 21 May, offering all night services on Friday night into Saturday and the same on Saturday in Sunday, offering a big boost for passengers getting home to south east London.

North Greenwich station

Night buses from central and north London can take an age to teach parts of South East London with bus changes in central London, and so a tube to North Greenwich and walk/bus onwards offers a big timesaver.

I’m looking at you n1.

Night Tube services on the Central and Victoria lines re-commenced in late 2021.

Staff shortages and issues between TfL and unions have prevented normal running.

Northern line and Piccadilly line services are expected to resume later in the year. Bank station works on the Northern line are an issue, with the Bank branch currently closed.



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2 thoughts on “Jubilee Line Night Tube service returning in May says TfL

  • Will make SUCH a difference for us in SE London, especially with reduced Central and no TFL Rail from Liverpool St to Stratford.
    SE London is shockingly served tbh.
    Many jobs I’ve been interviewed for ask “and where is SE28?”
    Oh Thamesmead, 5 miles From Woolwich.

    Thanks but no thanks!

  • Will crossrail run at night like this I wonder? I guess not as portions of it are outside.


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