Although the majority of track, signalling and major bridges work around London Bridge station is now finished, some work remains ongoing.
Some changes to Southeastern, Thameslink, Southern and Great Northern train services are still in place. However, changes to services are largely at weekends and during bank holidays, when the railways are less busy, to minimise disruption.
Latest information about service changes will be published on this page. Please continue to check before you travel
May 2018 timetable
New timetables are being introduced from Sunday 20 May. They are the biggest timetable changes for a generation. The resulting changes to train times will affect the whole network.
For more information, please check before you travel
Key services changes during 2018
- Southeastern trains to and from Cannon Street resumed calling at London Bridge on 2 January 2018
- Some Thameslink trains between Bedford and Brighton have begun stopping at London Bridge as part of driver testing. Not all of these trains are yet advertised. A full service will return in May 2018
- The East Coast Mainline/Great Northern routes, from Peterborough and Cambridge and stations in between, became connected to the Thameslink route via tunnels at St Pancras International on 26 February 2018. A full Thameslink service to these stations will commence from May 2018
- Crossrail will begin running east-west across London in late 2018, connecting with the Thameslink route at Farringdon. Full Crossrail services, including services to Heathrow, are scheduled to commence in late 2019.
Weekends and bank holidays
- Some services will continue to be impacted on some weekends and bank holidays during 2018
- Please check before you travel
Latest travel information
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