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Travel: Weekend engineering works close parts of Bakerloo, District, Piccadilly and Jubilee lines and Overground network

13:30 28 March 2014

Engineering works could affect your journeys this weekend.

Engineering works could affect your journeys this weekend.

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Planned engineering works on the Tube will disrupt services on the Bakerloo, District, Piccadilly and Jubilee lines and Overground network this weekend - read on for the full details.

Piccadilly line trains will not run between Hammersmith and Acton Town/Ealing Common all weekend for work in the Turnham Green and Acton Town areas.

On Saturday the District line will have no service between West Kensington and Acton Town/Richmond, disruption which extends to Ealing Broadway on Sunday, for the same work as above.

On Sunday only, there will be no Bakerloo line trains between Queen’s Park and Harrow & Wealdstone, while Jubilee line trains will not serve stations between Waterloo and Finchley Road before 11am.

On the Overground, there is no service between Richmond and Willesden Junction on Saturday, and on Sunday upgrade work means there is no service between the following stations: Richmond and Camden Road; Shepherd’s Bush and Willesden Junction; Queen’s Park and Watford Junction; Surrey Quays and Clapham Junction.

To check before you travel, see www.tfl.gov.uk/journeyplanner.

Travel disruption elsewhere includes national rail services out of London Bridge, with Southern trains timetables affected by engineering works until Monday. To plan your rail journey, see www.nationalrail.co.uk.

On the buses, services running through Hounslow will be diverted or cut short on Sunday between 12.30pm and 5pm due to a local event.

On the roads, lane closures are in place on Seven Sisters Road around Finsbury Park station, between Isledon Road and Blackstock Road, for resurfacing work until April 8,

In Wembley, the A406 North Circular, Harrow Road, Wembley High Road and roads around Wembley Stadium are expected to be busy between 12noon and 7pm due to an event at the stadium.

The A214 Trinity Road in Wandsworth will be closed between Fitzhugh Road and Burntwood Lane until April 1 for resurfacing works.

And a march in Hounslow on Sunday will affect the A314 Hanworth Road, Hiberna Road, Staines Road, Wellington Road North, Bath Road and Martindale Road between 11am and 6pm.

Lastly, the docking station at Islington Green for Barclays Cycle Hire bikes is part suspended until 6pm on May 7 due to construction work in the area, and Bruton Street docking station is also part suspended until the end of the year due to building work.

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