London Underground has announced a new timetable on the Victoria line which will see more trains during both the morning and evening rush hours.

At the moment, they manage to have a train arrive every 100 seconds between 8:15am and 9:45am, and between 5pm to 6:30pm.

As of this morning, this band of high intensity trains will be expanded to run between 7:15am and 10.15am, and between 4:15pm to 7:15pm — doubling the time offered for the high-intensive service.

The new timetable will increase capacity during the rush hours by a further five percent – benefitting 275,000 customers every weekday.

The wider band for the high intensity service, one of the most intense trains services in the world will also make it easier for people who work more flexible hours, such as those who start early and leave early.

The new Victoria line timetable follows the introduction of increased services at peak times on the Northern and Jubilee lines last year.



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  1. Mr Morgan says:

    If only the Piccadilly Line could be so frequent…

  2. Muzer says:

    Is this actually new? On the Working Time Table 42 which mentions a 3-hour-long peak period is dated 16th September.

    • Muzer says:

      Hmm, I think it actually is new; an old version of the website had WTT 41 listed as valid until 3rd November. The date on the timetable itself must be wrong; presumably the new timetable was delayed for some reason.

  3. Tony Brereton says:

    Please do not adopt TfL speak and call us customers. We’re passengers.

  4. Louis Winthorpe says:

    Was in town for a few days last week. The frequency of the Victoria Line was phenominal. Makes a stunning difference to the service. Aware it has certain advantages other lines dont have, but surely increased frequency like this can be achieved on other lines?

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