Night Tube services will return to the Jubilee line in May, with the Northern and Piccadilly lines resuming later in the summer, after all Night Tube services were suspended in March 2020 due to the pandemic.
Services on the Jubilee line will run throughout the night on Fridays and Saturdays from the evening of Saturday 21 May, joining the Central and Victoria lines, which resumed Night Tube services in November 2021. The return of the Jubilee line Night Tube service also provides an important interchange with Night Overground, which operates between Highbury & Islington and New Cross Gate. The Northern and Piccadilly lines will be returning to night services later this summer.
Restoring night services on these lines is helping businesses like bars, clubs and restaurants as London’s night-time economy returns to normal following the pandemic. It will also provide further safe, quick travel options for all Londoners and visitors looking to make the most of all the capital has to offer in the evenings, and those who need to travel to or from work at night.
London had 1.6m people regularly working at night before the pandemic – that is a third of the city’s workforce. The Night Tube is a safe, affordable and quick way for the people who keep London going at night to get to and from work.
Despite RMT strike action, Transport for London (TfL) is running a normal service on the Victoria line each weekend and a regular service on the Central line.
Nick Dent, London Underground’s Director of Customer Operations, said: “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 is a global destination and we are proud to be doing our part to help people to safely and enjoyably benefit from the best of its world-leading night-time economy.”
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