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London Bridge station is now re-open following a five year rebuild completed in phases that allowed the station to remain open throughout construction.

Work around the station will continue for the rest of 2018. It is focused around the new shops, cafes, bars and restaurants that will be opening during the rest of the year.

On-going works

Work at the station will continue for the rest of 2018 on the Upper Concourse, Stainer Street and Tooley Street in preparation for more shops and cafes to open.

Western Passage and Joiner Street escalator closure

The Western Passage, the area which connects the bus station and Cotton Centre bridge over Tooley Street, and the Joiner Street escalators, will be temporarily closed from Friday 8 June until the end of the year. These temporary closures are to enable maintenance work which will improve through-routes around the station and are in preparation for new station facilities opening later in 2018. Alternative walking routes will be displayed on signs and screens around the station.

Western Arcade closures

The Western Arcade, which connects the lower concourse to London Bridge Underground station, will be closed between 10pm – 5am on weekdays and all day Saturday and Sunday from 3 February 2018. During closures London Bridge Underground station can be accessed via Tooley Street or St Thomas Street.

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