A Map Of Night Tube Train Frequencies

Geoff Marshall
By Geoff Marshall Last edited 22 months ago
A Map Of Night Tube Train Frequencies

When the night tube finally arrives, which lines will be operational and how often will the trains run on each line?

We've made a map that shows you the frequencies of trains between 1am and 5am.

Remember, the night tube will only operate on Friday and Saturday nights - in effect, the early hours of Saturday and Sunday mornings.

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In summary, on the Central line, half of the trains terminate at White City in the west (while the other half go to Ealing Broadway). In the east, trains split at Leytonstone, meaning a train every 10 minutes in the middle, and a train every 20 towards the end of the line.

On the Northern line, trains coming up from Morden split every 7.5 minutes at Camden, meaning every 15 minutes up each branch. There's no Bank branch, and if you live in Mill Hill East you're out of luck.

The Jubilee, Piccadilly and Victoria lines are steady all the way through, with a train running every 10 minutes.

Last Updated 12 August 2016

Tube Geek

6-8 tph in the middle of the night? That's not bad, considering some parts only 4 an hour in peak times!


seems like it would've been better to have the bank branch of the northern line instead

Jimmy Edwards

Piccadilly is not "running all the way through"--serving Heathrow at the western end and not Uxbridge.