The Jubilee weekend is finally upon us which can mean only one thing for us Londoners, travel chaos.
As the Jubilee celebrations get underway there’s due to be a number of rail and road closures that could disrupt your travel.
On the trains: Some 2,500 rail replacement buses will be running over what is expected to be one of the busiest weekends in London of the year. That’s because 14 of Britain’s mainline stations will be suffering closures meaning that if you live on the outskirts of London you’ll need to plan your journey with plenty of time to allow for delays.
On the roads: Major delays are expected on the M25 which rings around London while there will also be disruption and big delays on A303, M5, M3, M27, A31 and M6 so make sure you check out a route planner before getting in your car.
On the tubes: Surprisingly for the tubes everything seems to be running ok. The only issue is that the Waterloo and City line will be shut Sunday through till Tuesday and on Sunday and Monday there will be no overground service between Richmond and Willesden Junction. There is also no overground service between South Tottenham and Barking from Sunday through til Tuesday.