Night Tube services to resume from Saturday onwards
From the evening of Saturday 21 May the Jubilee line Night Tube services will return following a two-year absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jubilee line Night Tube services mean that there are now three-such services in London, as the night services on the Central and Victory lines were already resumed back in November 2021. The night service will return on the Northern and Piccadilly lines later this summer, Transport for London (TfL) said.
Jubilee line Night Tube services offers travellers and commuters an interchange option with the Night Overground between Highbury & Islington and New Cross Gate.
“The return of Night Tube on the Jubilee line, along with the Piccadilly and Northern lines later in the summer, will be a boost to the night-time economy and help our customers travel around London overnight at weekends”, London Underground’s director of customer operations Nick Dent said.
TfL estimates that London’s work force prior to the pandemic consisted of some 1,6 million people working regularly at night.
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