Bakerloo line and London Overground passengers are being warned that services to Willesden Junction will be suspended for five days starting on October 29th.
Between 29th October and 2nd November there will be no Bakerloo line services between Queen’s Park and Harrow & Wealdstone and no London Overground trains between Queen’s Park and Harrow & Wealdstone.
Overground services between Queen’s Park and Wembley Central will also be suspended from October 30th.
The suspensions will enable Transport for London to extend platforms and increase the number of carriages on London Overground trains to five, ensuring the network can meet rising demand.
TfL’s Director of London Overground, Mike Stubbs said: “I apologise for the inconvenience caused but these works are essential for the high-performing London Overground service to continue to grow to meet increasing demand.
“Before we can deliver to passengers a fifth carriage and the benefits of extra space and a more comfortable commute, we need to extend not only the platform at Willesden Junction low level station but also carry out some track work there.
“To help reduce disruption, we have scheduled the work for the mid-term break which always sees reduced numbers of passengers.”