Over Christmas and New Year, most of the TfL network is open. However, there are changes and planned works that may affect your journey.
Travel on TfL public transport will be free from 23:45 on New Year's Eve until 04:30 on New Year's Day.
You must have a ticket for the Mayor of London's New Year's Eve fireworks event in central London.
There are changes and planned works on the following services. All other services are running normally.
There is an extra charge of £4 if you are travelling from 20:00 New Years Eve until 06:00 on Wednesday 2 January.
TfL are running a special all-night service on most lines:
Services are not as frequent on some sections of the Central, Circle, Hammersmith & City, Metropolitan and Piccadilly lines.
The following Tube stations will be closed or exit-only:
A weekday service is running:
Reduced service between Liverpool Street and Edmonton Green / Enfield Town (trains about every 20 minutes, then every 30 minutes until 02:30, not stopping at Bethnal Green, Cambridge Heath, London Fields and Hackney Downs)
Trains run between Paddington and Hayes & Harlington, not stopping at Acton Main Line, about every 30 minutes until 00:30, then about every 30 minutes until 04:30 when a normal weekday service runs.
TfL will be running a special all-night service, trains run every 15 minutes on all routes from 00:30 until 08:00.