Monthly Archives: December 2016
The Metropolitan Police have announced there security measures for New Years Eve; 3000+ police officers on duty Armed police at rail and underground stations Road closures Hostile vehicle mitigation measures, including concrete road blockers and road blockers Over 100,000 will … Continue reading
Southern rail strike disrupts new year travel Rail travellers are facing yet more disruption as Southern conductors begin a further three-day strike at midnight. Disclaimer: The BBC is not responsible for the content of this email, and anything written in … Continue reading
The below message was produced by the Metropolitan Police for sharing; New Year’s Eve is fast approaching and many will be thinking about their plans to celebrate the arrival of 2017. The highlight of London’s celebrations will again be the … Continue reading
The image below shows the road closures that will be in place on New Years Eve.
Rail passengers face major Boxing Day disruption Rail passengers face major disruption on Boxing Day with 200 sets of rail works planned over Christmas. Disclaimer: The BBC is not responsible for the content of this email, and anything written in … Continue reading
Travellers face Christmas rail closures due to planned work Passengers face rail disruption over the festive period, with 200 planned sets of engineering works. Disclaimer: The BBC is not responsible for the content of this email, and anything written in … Continue reading
Recently a message was sent via the BCMS blog detailing public transport over the Christmas period. London Resilience have produced the below image to show the services available. If anyone has difficulty viewing the image please email Mark Hobden at … Continue reading
Staff members from London Underground will strike for 24 hours on the 8th of January. The strike starts at 18:00hrs. More info will be sent nearer to the time of the strike.
There are currently multiple road closures in the area of Buckingham Palace until 12:30 due to the Changing of the Guard.
Travel strikes: Your questions answered – BBC News