The 24-hour Jubilee line addition to the Night Tube service at weekends will help in navigating London.
Over 100,000 people used, and are benefitting from, the launch of London’s first all-night Tube services on the Central and Victoria lines, which started on 19 August.
Night Tube’s positive impact on London’s economy is already being seen with footfall in the West End up by 16 per cent last weekend.
The Night Tube will be running on the following lines on Friday and Saturday nights, and the early hours of Saturday and Sunday mornings:
The start of Night Tube services on the Northern and Piccadilly lines will follow in separate phases later in the autumn as new Tube drivers complete their training and final preparations are made. Around 200 part-time drivers are currently taking part in a 14-week training programme for the Night Tube.
To meet the expected demand for Night Tube services, there will be six trains per hour through central London on all Night Tube lines between 00:30 and 05:30. This will rise to eight trains per hour on the Northern line to meet demand at busy stations, between Leicester Square and Camden Town including Tottenham Court Road, Goodge Street and Warren Street stations.
Detailed travel advice can be accessed via TfL’s dedicated Night Tube page.