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Coronavirus London:latest information and advice

Jul 22, 2021 · London has now moved to step four of the UK government's roadmap.; If you are using public transport, plan ahead and travel at quieter times cycle or walk where possible. You must wear a face covering at Transport for London (TfL) stations and on all services, including the Tube, trains and buses. Coronavirus UK:'London lockdown' plans could see

  • Coronavirus:London cuts Tube trains and warns 'don't

    Mar 18, 2020 · Coronavirus:London cuts Tube trains and warns 'don't travel unless you really have to' The Waterloo and City line will shut on Friday and there will be no Night Tube services on Fridays and Coronavirus:Tube could be 'overwhelmed' trying to enforce Apr 30, 2020 · Coronavirus:Tube could be 'overwhelmed' trying to enforce social distancing when lockdown lifts, report warns. London Underground capacity may Key issues for Transport for London during coronavirus

    • London news:Londoners to pay 'very heavy price' for TFL

      May 15, 2020 · London Mayor Sadiq Khan had been warning that services on Tubes and buses would have to be cut if a financial injection wasn't agreed by the end of the day. its costs have still been running Telegraph News - London lockdown:are Tubes and buses London lockdown:are Tubes and buses still running - and can I travel out of the city? The underground in London during coronavirus lockdown Apr 13, 2020 · Three weeks into the coronavirus lockdown, traffic on the tube has been slashed with all but essential workers discouraged from travelling because of

      Will trains be running during lockdown? The Independent

      Nov 05, 2020 · But while most trains are still running, Transport for London is aiming to run as many services as normal as possible, but staff shortages may mean some tube stations will close early and London's transport network needs 'FOUR WEEKS' to prepare Apr 30, 2020 · Latest figures show tube journeys during lockdown are down 95%, while bus passengers are down 85% on last year. This suggests social-distancing and lack of staff will mean tubes