Help to keep London running: plan around Olympic hotspots

CITY: TUBE AND MAINLINE RAIL HOTSPOTS

THE FOLLOWING IS PREDICTED TO HAPPEN WITHOUT ACTION BY BUSINESSES TO REDUCE THE NUMBER OF JOURNEYS

Jubilee Line; Central Line; DLR; Northern Line
Delays of over an hour possible, particularly at Bank for the DLR. Avoid these lines where possible. Most affected on weekdays 8-11am, 4-8pm and 10pm to last train.

District Line; Circle Line; Metropolitan Line
Delays of up to 15 minutes possible; delays vary at different times and different stations.

Waterloo & City Line
This line will be significantly affected at peak commuter times. There could be delays of up to an hour in accessing train services. Only use this line for essential journeys.

London Overground
This line will be significantly affected at Stratford. Possible delays in accessing train services on the Stratford to Richmond/Clapham Junction route.

Liverpool Street (mainline rail): 15 minutes during the Olympic Games but none during Paralympics.

Liverpool Street (Tube): Delays of up to an hour during the Olympic Games; delays of up to 15 minutes during the Paralympic Games.

Bank (Tube and DLR): Delays of around an hour possible throughout. 30 July exceptionally busy.

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VICTORIA: TUBE AND MAINLINE RAIL HOTSPOTS

THE FOLLOWING IS PREDICTED TO HAPPEN WITHOUT ACTION BY BUSINESSES TO REDUCE THE NUMBER OF JOURNEYS

Jubilee Line; Central Line
Delays of over an hour possible. Avoid these lines where possible. Most affected on weekdays 8-11am, 4-8pm and 10pm to last train.

Piccadilly Line
Delays of over 30 minutes on some parts of the line, consider alternative routes if possible.

District Line; Circle Line
Delays of up to 15 minutes possible.

Victoria (mainline rail): No significant increase in passenger use expected during the Paralympic Games, but delays of over 30 minutes possible during the Olympic Games. Late evening crowding due to people leaving events.

Victoria (Tube) and Green Park: Delays of up to an hour in accessing train services during the Olympic Games. Most affected weekdays 8-10am, 5-8pm (Green Park) and 10pm to last train. Late evening crowding due to people leaving events at Hyde Park.

Hyde Park Corner and Knightsbridge: Delays of up to 15 minutes during the Olympic Games, but no significant increase expected during the Paralympic Games. Busiest dates 31 July, 1, 6, 7 and 9 August. Late evening crowding due to people leaving events at Hyde Park.

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WESTMINSTER: HOTSPOTS

THE FOLLOWING IS PREDICTED TO HAPPEN WITHOUT ACTION BY BUSINESSES TO REDUCE THE NUMBER OF JOURNEYS

Jubilee Line; Central Line; DLR; Waterloo & City Line
Delays of around an hour possible at peak times.

Northern Line: Delays of over 30 minutes possible.

District Line; Circle Line; Victoria Line; Bakerloo Line
Delays of up to 15 minutes possible (not during the Paralympic Games for the Bakerloo Line).

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CANARY WHARF: HOTSPOTS

THE FOLLOWING IS PREDICTED TO HAPPEN
WITHOUT ACTION BY BUSINESSES TO REDUCE THE NUMBER OF JOURNEYS

Jubilee Line; Central Line; DLR
There could be delays of over an hour in accessing train services. Avoid these lines where possible. Most affected on weekdays 8-11am, 4-8pm and 10pm to last train.

Canary Wharf: Busiest dates are 30 July and 31 August.

For more information, and all 26 maps of affected areas (locations shown on the map, right), see
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