Night Tube services on the Northern Line will launch on November 18, Mayor Sadiq Khan has announced.
Services will run from High Barnet and Edgware, via the Charing Cross branch, to Morden, from Friday 18 November. City Hall says the service will allow “even more” Londoners to enjoy the capital’s night life.
Mayor Khan announced the Northern Line start date ahead of tonight’s launch of the weekend Jubilee Line Night Tube service.
Services on the Victoria and Central lines began on August 19 and almost three-quarters of a million journeys have already been made.
Mr Khan said: “There was a real buzz from when we launched the first Night Tube services in August, and I am delighted that the Jubilee line services are now up and running.
“Hundreds of thousands of Londoners have already benefited, and it’s great news that so many more will now be able to enjoy our world-class cultural venues on the South Bank, as well as venues such as The O2 and Wembley Stadium, without needing to make that late dash for the last Tube.
“Being from Tooting, I’m also really looking forward to the start of services on the Northern line next month.”
Mark Wild, London Underground’s Managing Director, added: “We’re delighted that we are now able to bring the Night Tube to our Jubilee line customers, following the successful launch of the Central and Victoria line services this summer.”