With 24-hour tube services set to go into effect in the autumn, Transport for London (TfL) has published a new Night Tube map.
The new map shows Londoners which underground lines will operate through the night on Fridays and Saturdays when the extended services launch on 12 September.
The Central, Jubilee, Northern, Piccadilly and Victoria lines are expected to be included in the scheme, which TfL says will cut weekend night journeys by an average of 20 minutes.
Most tube lines currently stop running around midnight, leaving Londoners to use reduced bus services or taxi cabs to travel.
TfL also claims the Night Tube will support around 2,000 permanent jobs and boost the capital’s economy by £360m.
But not everyone is welcoming the change, with many unions threatening to strike over the introduction of the new services.
Last week, London Underground drivers belonging to the Aslef union voted to stage a 24-hour strike on 8 July in protest of the Night Tube, while the RMT union will ballot its 10,000 members on 30 June on the issue. RMT has said that it is concerned about tube workers’ pay, as well as health and safety regulations, on the new services.