The London Underground will soon run 24 hours a day on the weekends - just like the Subway does in New York City. The Night Tube, as it's officially called, will soon be running all night on Fridays and Saturdays. The new extended service will launch on Saturday 12 September, allowing Bush residents to get home from the West End on the Central Line at any time of day or night.
|The important bit - the Central Line|
• Central line: Ealing Broadway to/from Loughton/Hainault via Newbury Park
• Jubilee line: Entire line
• Northern line: Morden to/from Edgware/High Barnet both via Charing Cross
• Piccadilly line: Cockfosters to/from Heathrow Terminal 5
• Victoria line: Entire line
There will be a train about every 10 minutes and standard off-peak fares will be charged. For more information, visit tfl.gov.uk/nighttube
To see the new Night Tube map, which you can save to your mobile phone, click here
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