If you’re out and about in London this New Year’s Eve, amongst many of the potential downsides that come with spending the most over-anticipated night of the year in the city (the expense, the organisation, the crowds, etc), at least we have one thing to be pleased about: free travel. Thank you very much, TfL. But when and where is it free to travel?
You’ll be pleased to know that you can travel for free across TfL’s entire network between the hours of 23:45 on 31st December 2016 and 04:30 1st January 2017. This includes London Underground services, which run through the night, as well as buses, which will be running on Saturday service times. Congestion Charge will also not apply for drivers, which is good news for the few of you (we suspect) to be driving on New Year’s Eve. There will be some replacement bus services on TfL rail, as well as continued part line closures on the Overground. You can find out more information and plan your journey via TfL’s website.
Feature image: Flickr – Chris Bird