Transport for London (TfL) has announced that, from this weekend, all Night Tube services will be fully restored after they were suspended in March 2020 due to the pandemic, which will be a boost to London’s night-time economy.

Services on the Piccadilly line return on the evening of Friday 29 July and will run throughout the night on Fridays and Saturdays. The return of this line means a complete restoration of the weekend Night Tube and Night Overground services previously available to customers, providing more options for safe travel around the city.

Michael Kill CEO Night Time Industries Association says:

“We are extremely pleased to see the night tube services back to full capacity, with services on the Piccadilly line returning on the 29th July, running through the night. Following a tough few years, it’s great to see the industry and key stakeholders working together to reestablish these important transport links.”

“As London starts to regain its pre-pandemic business levels, it’s vitally important we build back confidence in our transport infrastructure, and promote a safe and accessible night time economy for customers and workers to travel throughout the Capital.”

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