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London Underground services on Friday


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London Underground services on Friday
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date
29 July 2005
source Transport for London
type Press release



Edgware Road station, which has been closed due to 7 July incidents, re-opened from start of service today.
All District line services are now running normally

District line services between Wimbledon and Edgware Road Station also resumed.

Howard Collins, London Underground's Service Director, said: "This is an important step forward in restoring a full service across the Underground after the attacks on 7 July.

"We have had great support from London Underground staff and Metronet engineers who have worked round the clock to re-open Edgware Road Station since it was handed back to us by the Police.

"All District line services will be running normally now, including the Wimbledon to Edgware Road service.

"There will be no train service on the Hammersmith & City line between Hammersmith and Edgware Road from Friday 29 July to 1 August inclusive, while the bridge that carries the Hammersmith & City line over the Central line is replaced.

"This work is all part of the White City Development.

"But there will be a Rail Replacement Bus service running between Hammersmith and Baker Street."

Tube line services
It is expected that services will be operating as follows:

Bakerloo - normal service

Central - normal service

Circle - suspended (due to 7 July incidents)

District - normal service

East London - normal service

Hammersmith & City -There will be no service between Hammersmith and Edgware Road for four days from Friday 29 July to Monday 1 August inclusive. But there will be a Rail Replacement Bus Service calling at Hammersmith, Goldhawk Road, Shepherd's Bush (Central line station), Latimer Road, Ladbroke Grove, Westbourne Park, Royal Oak, Paddington, Edgware Road, Baker Street.

During morning and evening peaks on weekdays there will be a limited service between Baker Street and Barking in both directions.

Jubilee - normal service

Metropolitan - normal service

Northern - normal service

Piccadilly - suspended between Hyde Park Corner and Arnos Grove and between Rayners Lane and Uxbridge (due to 7 July incidents).

Until further notice, a special bus service calls at Arnos Grove and Finchley Central to provide a connection with the Northern line. A second special bus service calls at Arnos Grove, Bounds Green, Wood Green, Turnpike Lane and Seven Sisters to connect with Victoria line services.

Additional bus services are operating on route 91 between Holloway Road and Euston via Caledonian Road and King's Cross St Pancras.

Victoria line - normal service

Waterloo & City - normal service

Live information on TfL's Realtime pages displays latest updates to London's transport modes, including the Tube, DLR, bus and Network Rail
http://www.tfl.gov.uk/realtime

Journey Planner checks the transport network's status before providing results. The best available route will be shown automatically
http://www.tfl.gov.uk/journeyplanner

Travel alerts via SMS and email can be set up at http://tfl.gov.uk/alerts

Due to track replacement work to improve the Jubilee line train services between West Hampstead and Wembley Park will not be running on Saturday and Sunday 30 and 31 July.
The Metropolitan line will also be suspended south of Wembley Park for that weekend. But there will be Rail Replacement Bus services for both lines.


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