Two years after the news was first announced, TFL have officially revealed that Londoners will be able to ditch the night bus for a journey home on the underground. The service will be running for 24 hours across two lines, with a reduced service running on the Central line between Ealing Broadway and Loughton/Hainault and the WHOLE of the Victoria line and Jubilee line staying open. Standard off-peak fares will apply up until 4.29am so you’ll even have time to grab that kebab before tapping your Oyster.
Doesn’t cover your local tube station? Panic not – Northern and Piccadilly line services are set to go 24 hour this Autumn, with further promises to extend Metropolitan, Circle, District and Hammersmith & City lines in the near future. Brace yourselves, nights out in London are never going to be the same.
Here is what is open in the small hours right next to the new 24 hours tube stations.