New All night Tube Map

Discussion in 'London and the South East' started by Ponyutd, Jun 22, 2015.

  1. Ponyutd

    Ponyutd Greebo likes this....r.i.p.

    No Met Line:(
  2. Belushi

    Belushi 01 811 8055 R.I.P.

    Great, just wish they'd done it twenty years ago!
  3. Mrs Miggins

    Mrs Miggins There's been a slight cheese accident

    Wish the Vicky line had been 24 hours last night as it would have saved me £20 and an encounter with a nasty little man asking if I needed a lift to north London. Ugh.

    When does it go 24 hours?
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  4. Belushi

    Belushi 01 811 8055 R.I.P.

    Some time in September.
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  5. Puddy_Tat

    Puddy_Tat hmm

    although this may get delayed due to tfl not yet having reached agreement with staff - strike action was voted for last week
  6. Belushi

    Belushi 01 811 8055 R.I.P.

  7. Lord Camomile

    Lord Camomile Lemonade socialist

    I've been hearing rumblings about RMT considering industrial action over this, and found this on their website.

    As ever, I'm very ignorant on the details but I wouldn't be at all surprised if 'management' had just looked at it all on paper without giving serious consideration to the real-world logistical implications of running the tube at night.
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  8. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Starry Wisdom

    no image :(
  9. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Starry Wisdom

    no mill hill east :(
  10. Lord Camomile

    Lord Camomile Lemonade socialist

    Also, watch property prices along these lines soar, which they probably did as soon as this was announced, tbf.
  11. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Starry Wisdom

    no bank branch :(
  12. Artaxerxes

    Artaxerxes Well-Known Member

    Hmm, I'd still have to cycle from Loughton and its cycle lock up is a bit to far from the actual tube office for me to feel comfortable doing that.

  13. Lord Camomile

    Lord Camomile Lemonade socialist

    City traders on late-night boozes can hail a black cab :p
  14. Pickman's model

    Pickman's model Starry Wisdom

    and shoreditch clubbers can walk to liverpool street
  15. ViolentPanda

    ViolentPanda Hardly getting over it.

    ASLEF (driver's union) have already balloted - over 80% in favour of action, IIRC.
  16. Lord Camomile

    Lord Camomile Lemonade socialist

    They just want to ruin our nights out :mad:

  17. Black Halo

    Black Halo Well-Known Member

    I won't use it much but it will be very handy for those gigs that are the far side of London and insist on running until well after the last tube transforming a simple short tube ride into a hour+ long odyssey involving two night buses and freezing my ass off in Trafalgar square waiting for the second (and probably waiting for the first one at the start too).

    I read an article recently about homeless people using the night bus to get through the night, will some move on to the tube? Not that I have a problem with that, it definitely could be better for them with it being warmer than the bus.
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  18. ska invita

    ska invita back on the other side

    mines bigger than yours

    absolutely no use to south east london
    running the east london line would be a great move
  19. ska invita

    ska invita back on the other side

    i vaguely remember a fair amount of reported wrangling over this before it was announced as a goer, so surprised that there are now issues
  20. Puddy_Tat

    Puddy_Tat hmm

    to a large extent...

    There is an intention to add more Friday / Saturday night buses to connect with the tube at Morden and N Greenwich (and so on) - more here.
  21. maomao

    maomao 四月她爹

    I'll be able to get to work easier on a Sunday morning now. Currently have to get the last nightbus at 4.30, walk two miles and turn up 45 minutes early.
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  22. Hollis

    Hollis Bloody furious

    Having spent the best part of 20 years catching night buses across london in the early hours.. they would introduce it just as i reach an age where an exciting night out means getting a pint of milk from Tesco Express. I hope the younger generation appreciate it. :mad: :(

    <feeling bitter and twisted>
    Last edited: Jun 22, 2015
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  23. ska invita

    ska invita back on the other side

    i was going to try and move near a tube stop to benefit form this but all the areas anywhere near a tube are a whole nother level of expensive
  24. tim

    tim Well-Known Member

    It's currently a rare weekend that finds all those lines working. Does this reflect the fact that all needed line renewals have been completed or do we just have the joys of 24 hour rail replacement bus services to look forward to?
  25. Lord Camomile

    Lord Camomile Lemonade socialist

    Much like the day service... ;)

    Getting to N. Greenwich will cut out a lot of the night bus journey, but I'll still have to get one, maybe two depending on whether I can be bothered to walk up the hill or wait around for another bus to take me up it :(
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  26. Lord Camomile

    Lord Camomile Lemonade socialist

    Yeah, I was a bit too, although also not, iyswim.
    I think that's one of RMT's objections - a lot of repairs are done at night, so they've just had that cut down.
  27. Lord Camomile

    Lord Camomile Lemonade socialist

    Insider's view

    There's also further mention of the night tube amongst the other points.
  28. Fingers

    Fingers From Tuscany SE22

  29. Crispy

    Crispy The following psytrance is baṉned: All

    Could happen by 2017 according to TfL. I imagine it's more challenging due to the track sharing with national rail and freight services.
    They're being a bit sneaky and packing in the weekend closures before Night Tube starts so that it looks really good for the rest of the year.
    Who knows how it will go in 2016?
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  30. Hollis

    Hollis Bloody furious

    I'd love to know why all night tubes haven't run in the past and why they can run them now? Is it just funding, safety, or something else?

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