TfL has today published information on reduction of its services until further notice.

From Thursday 19th March 2020

Up to 40 London Underground (LU) stations that do not interchange with other lines will be closed until further notice. Anyone who needs to make essential journeys should check for live travel updates before they travel.

The following stations are closed until further notice:

Bakerloo Line

Lambeth North  |  Regents Park  |  Warwick Avenue  |  Kilburn Park  |  Charing Cross

Central Line

Holland Park  |  Queensway  |  Lancaster Gate  |  Chancery Lane  |  Redbridge

Circle Line

Bayswater  |  Great Portland Street  |  Barbican

District Line

Bow Road  |  Stepney Green  |  Mansion House  |  Temple  |  St James's Park  |  Gloucester Road

Jubilee Line

Swiss Cottage  |  St John's Wood  |  Bermondsey  |  Southwark

Northern Line

Tuffnell Park  |  Chalk Farm  |  Mornington Crescent  |  Goodge Street  |  Borough  |  Clapham South  |  Tooting Bec  |  South Wimbledon  |  Hampstead

Piccadilly Line

Caledonian Road  |  Arsenal  |  Covent Garden  |  Hyde Park Corner  |  Bounds Green  |  Manor House

Victoria Line

Pimlico  |  Blackhorse Road

From Friday 20th March 2020

There will be no service on the Waterloo & City line.

On Friday and Saturday nights there will be no all-night 'Night Tube' service or the all-night 'Night Overground' service that currently runs on the East London line. Available staff will be redeployed to ensure the resilience of the regular Tube and Overground services. Late services on the Tube and Overground will continue to run, with trains running late into the night on all days for essential travel only.

From Monday 23rd March 2020

TfL will gradually reduce the frequency of other services across the TfL network to provide a service for critical workers to get to where they need to - ensuring that remaining services are not overcrowded. TfL is aiming to run Tube trains every 4 minutes in Zone 1, with the possibility that this will reduce further.

On the bus network, from Monday 23 March until further notice, a service similar to a Saturday will run. TfL's extensive night bus network will continue, to provide critical workers with a reliable night option.