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London Bridge Bus Station Closure 6-7 July

Works Affecting London Bridge bus station


TfL has written to notify all stakeholders of forthcoming works being carried out by Network Rail which will affect the bus station at London Bridge. 


There will be a full station closure from Saturday 06 July (01.00hrs) – Monday 08 July (05.00hrs) for the installation of a tower crane to enable construction redevelopment works.


To ensure minimum disruption to the bus station at London Bridge, TfL havs identified alternative standing arrangements at Jubilee Yard on Southwark Street which will mean that diversions to routes will also be kept to a minimum.




Nearest stops for bus routes that normally serve the bus station are:


Route 43 towards Friern Barnet

London Bridge (south side) – stop M


Route 48 towards Walthamstow Central

London Bridge (south side) – stop M


Route 141 towards Palmers Green

London Bridge (south side) – stop M


Route 149 towards Edmonton Green

London Bridge (south side) – stop M


Route N21 towards Bexleyheath

London Bridge (south side) – stop Y


Route N343 towards New Cross Gate

Borough Station in Borough High Street – stop A


Route N343 towards Trafalgar Square

Borough Station in Borough High Street – stop D


Routes 43, 48, 141, 149 and are also serving the bus stop on Southwark Street outside the Hop Exchange.




For taxi passengers, loading bays on Tooley Street from Joiner Street to Bermondsey Street with be suspended for loading and used as temporary taxi ranks.  Marshals providing assistance for taxi customers will be on-hand to direct passengers from the bus station concourse to the ranks on Tooley Street. 


You can find more information about how your bus journey will be affected on the TfL website: http://journeyplanner.tfl.gov.uk/. Publicity will also be displayed in the affected bus stops.


Works being undertaken around the bus station at London Bridge station are part of the Thameslink Programme. The improvements will be funded by the £6bn Government investment in rail and are part of Network Rail’s wider vision of a better rail network for London and Britain. The redevelopment plans will create more room for passengers and a huge increase in services on the Thameslink route.


To find out more on the redevelopment plans for the station, and information about the road shows, visit www.networkrail.co.uk/londonbridgeredevelopment. You can also follow the station on twitter @NetworkRailLBG & search for London Bridge Station on Facebook.

27 June 2013

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