Links

Our links pages provide links to the websites of other organisations that may be of interest to you, particularly at times of service disruption. Links have been categorised to help you find the organisation you are looking for more easily.

London TravelWatch is not responsible for the content or appearance of any linked site and cannot be held liable for information posted onto any other site.

Travel News & Information

TfL Journey Planner  Provides an A to B service for all transport modes in the London area. You can also get travel information on the move using Transport for London's WAP, SMS and PDA services.
BBC London Travel News Provides information about current travel issues in the London area.
National Rail Enquiries  Journey times, disrpuption, timetables and station information for the UK rail network. 
Live London Bus Map
This map shows buses and their stops (red and yellow dots) on the London bus or river bus network in approximately real time.
Live London Underground Map
This map shows all trains (yellow dots) on the London Underground network in approximately real time.
London Reconnections Website covering various transport topics.
Raildar Website with various information on the performance of the UK rail network including a real time map of trains moving around the network
Traveline A partnership of transport operators and local authorities providing comprehensive information about public transport across the UK
Thameslink programme
Information about the The Thameslink programme, which will increase train capacity on one of Europe's busiest stretches of railway - the Thameslink route from north to south through central London.
Tubewalker.com Gives details on how you can ‘walk the tube network’
Visit London
Official London visitor guide with tips for people travelling to London.

Passengers may also find it useful to look at our webpage with advice on where to find information at times of transport service disruption.

Apps

Millions of apps are downloaded in the UK each year by users of mobile devices such as smartphones and iPads, making it quick and easy for people to keep track of things, and access information and advice, often when they lead busy lives. The most popular places to search for both free and paid-for apps are the Google Play store, or via the Amazon app.