Updated: May 2023. On our website, you will find the following information about the London Underground: maps of daytime and night-time services, fares, timetables, maps of each tube line, and the railway lines connecting each end of Greater London.
Plan your journey in London with the official Tube map from BBC. Find the best routes, stations and fares for your trip across the city.
Find a Tube station. For live departures, status information, route maps and timetables
London Tube map. The London Tube map [PDF 1.2 MB] makes navigating London's Underground rail network simple. This easy-to-use London Tube map shows all nine travel zones, including Zone 1, which covers central London. It also indicates stations with step-free access, riverboat services, trams, airports and more.
The current standard tube map shows the Docklands Light Railway, London Overground, Emirates Air Line, London Tramlink and the London Underground; a more detailed map covering a larger area, published by National Rail and Transport for London, includes suburban railway services.
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