Only 5 Years to Wait ‘Til the Night Tube Comes to 4 More Lines

Every silver lining has a cloud: Transport for London has confirmed the Night Tube service will be coming to a bunch more lines, but not until 2023. Read More >>

The London Overground Is Joining The Night Tube

Big news for late revellers in the capital as Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has today announced that part of the London Overground will be joining the night tube - meaning trains will be running through the night on Fridays and Saturdays. Read More >>

London’s Night Tube Map Also Shows Taxi Ranks Now

Whoever has the nightmare job of updating London's transport map has been handed a new layer of data to amalgamate -- taxi ranks. More specifically, stations along the new Night Tube overnight service that have taxi ranks outside them, so when you emerge blinking into the orangey glow of Cockfosters there should be a man in a black cab there, ready to have a nice chat about Ukip with you whether you like it or not all the rest of the way home. Read More >>

Piccadilly Line Night Tube Launch to Go Ahead This Week Despite Train Damage

TfL has confirmed that the December 16th launch of Night Tube services on the Piccadilly line will go ahead as planned, despite trains being a bit buggered at the moment. Read More >>

Fender’s Night Tube-Themed Guitars Are a Thing of Beauty

Fender’s done that thing where it teams up with TfL for a bit of publicity again, but we’re completely alright with it because we like pretty things from time to time. Read More >>

Night Tube Users Have Been Surprisingly Well-Behaved

A grand total of 67 Night Tube crimes have been reported to British Transport Police since the service launched on August 19th, equating to less than one reported crime every 22,000 journeys. Read More >>

Piccadilly Line Night Tube to Launch During Christmas Party Season

Well, that’s handy. Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has just announced that the Piccadilly line will get the Night Tube treatment on December 16th, which should make the run-up to Christmas rowdier than ever. Read More >>

Notes From Underground: How to Improve the Night Tube to Help Pissed People

The process appears to have taken an age, thanks to certain silly claims made by certain careless toffs, but the Night Tube finally feels like a real fixture of London. How ever did we get by without it? The Jubilee line gets the 24-hour treatment today, with the Charing Cross branch of the Northern line following suit next month. Read More >>

November Northern Line Night Tube Launch Date Confirmed

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has announced that the Northern line will join the Night Tube on November 18th, confirming what Tube staff told the BBC's Tom Edwards last month. Read More >>

The Night Tube is Extending to the Jubilee Line on October 7th

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has revealed when the next line will be joining London's Night Tube. Read More >>

The Night Tube Will Run This Weekend (But You Can’t Ride it Yet)

The Night Tube is launching… this month!? Crikey, it’s actually happening. Almost a year after the service was originally supposed to be introduced -- nice work, Boris -- the Night Tube is set to roll into action this weekend. Sort of. Read More >>

London’s Night Tube Has a (New) Official Launch Date

When I say 'night', you say 'tube'. TfL’s having a party, so bring your booze books and your char-ming selves down to your local Underground station (if it’s on the Central or Victoria line) on the evening of August 19th. Yes, almost 12 months after it was originally supposed to get going, the 24-hour Tube service is actually going to creak into action. Read More >>

London Night Tube Now Expected to Open in August

Justifying that one last beer on a night out in London will get easier come the end of the summer, as sources speaking to The Telegraph now suggest that the capital's Night Tube service will kick off in August. Read More >>

Night Tube Launch Edges Closer With Positive Aslef Union Vote

As expected, the London Underground train drivers represented by the Aslef union have accepted improved conditions for the Night Tube service. Almost 90% of its members voted in favour of taking the money and putting an end to the Night Tube-dodging fun, so we’re another step closer to the rollout of the 24-hour service. Read More >>

The Night Tube is Finally Back on Track (No, REALLY This Time)

The National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) has finally accepted pay conditions for the Night Tube, meaning that the 24-hour London Underground service is back on the menu. 84% of its 10,000 members reportedly voted in favour of the offer, which has been described as a “fair deal”. Read More >>