Brixton tube: No trains running on Sunday 16th and Monday 17th April due to upgrade work

Brixton tube: No trains running on Sunday 16th and Monday 17th April due to upgrade work

Be warned that if you’re looking to make a journey in and out of Brixton over the Easter Bank Holiday, there will be NO trains running at all on on the Victoria line during Sunday and Monday, 16th-17th-April.

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No trains will be running on the entire line during this period, as TfL start upgrade work to enable the introduction of 36 trains per hour in peak periods from late May.

For the last Night Tube trains on Sunday, please start your southbound Victoria line journey by 02:30 and your northbound journey by 03:00.

Brixton tube closed all weekend (Sat 20th/Sun 21st October)

Here’s the full text from their website:

VICTORIA LINE: Sunday 16 April, from 0310, and all day Easter Monday 17 April, no service on the whole line. Replacement buses operate

Replacement buses operate from 0700 Sunday and during normal service hours on Monday.Service A: Walthamstow Central – Blackhorse Road – Tottenham Hale – Seven Sisters – Manor House (For Piccadilly line) – Finsbury ParkService B: Seven Sisters – Manor House (For Piccadilly line) – Finsbury Park – Holloway Road (Northbound buses only) – Highbury & Islington – Angel (For Northern line)Service C: Victoria – Pimlico – Vauxhall – Stockwell – Brixton

Getting around during the closure: 

For help getting in and out of Brixton, please check out our comprehensive alternative transport guide or use use TFL’s route planner to plan an alternative journey

Updates:

Transport for London will be updating the status of their lines here, and you can get Twitter updates here:  @TfLTravelAlerts.