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Travel advice for London Bridge station

London Bridge station is undergoing major service changes as part of the Thameslink Programme. Our travel advice for London will help you plan ahead

Latest travel advice

As London Bridge station undergoes major improvement as part of the Thameslink Programme, your normal journey to and from the station might be affected. Remember to check your revised routes and times, or consider alternative routes before you travel. Journey advice for closures in August and December can be found here.


How to get to London Bridge during the Thameslink Programme

Be sure to board the right train at your home station.

Cannon Street trains do not stop at London Bridge until January 2018.

From 3 September, Charing Cross trains that are currently unable to stop at London Bridge in the peak times will once again be able to call there. This means that tickets will no longer be accepted on the Jubilee line at Waterloo, Southwark and London Bridge stations. 

 

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Change trains as early as possible

If you are unable to board a direct service to London Bridge, change trains earlier in your journey to avoid the crowds. Stations closer to London, such as Hither Green and Lewisham, will be busier and you may find it harder to board a London Bridge service there.


Consider using Blackfriars station

Some routes have direct trains to Blackfriars, which is only a short walk from London Bridge.


Look into other transport options

Once you reach the London end of your journey, you might want to consider walking, cycling or catching a bus to your final destination .If you’re unable to complete your journey by National Rail, then your rail ticket will be accepted at specific London Underground, London Overground and DLR stations and on specific bus routes at no extra cost. You may be charged from other stations and routes not on the agreed list. Find out which stations you can use.


Complete your journey via bus or Tube

If you’re unable to complete your journey by National Rail, then your rail ticket will be accepted at specific London Underground, London Overground and DLR stations and on specific bus routes at no extra cost. You may be charged from other stations and routes not on the agreed list. Find out which stations you can use.


Travelling from St Johns, New Cross, Westcombe Park, Maze Hill, Greenwich or Deptford

If you need to get from St Johns, New Cross, Westcombe Park, Maze Hill, Greenwich or Deptford to London Bridge, Waterloo East or Charing Cross, you will be able to travel at no extra charge via Cannon Street and the advertised bus and tube services.

Prefer to walk? From Cannon Street to London Bridge takes around 15 minutes.

Download our walking route map


Major changes to roads near the station

Until February 2018, there will be changes to the pavement and road on Tooley Street as work continues to rebuild London Bridge station.

See how these changes will impact pedestrians, cyclists and road users.


Current changes to Southeastern services 

For more information about the Thameslink Programme, and to sign up for alerts about future planned changes, visit ThameslinkProgramme.co.uk

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