Sadiq Khan brings the Night Tube to South Bank

16 Jan 2017 | Article By e3creative

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan Officially Launches 24h Jubilee Line Service today This morning, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan officially opened the 24-hour Jubilee Line at Waterloo station amidst much excitement. The service will start tonight, providing links to cultural venues along South Bank and further on to The O2 and Wembley Stadium, as it runs from Stanmore to Stratford.

The Mayor made the announcement on the Jubilee line platform at Waterloo Station, alongside several high-profile business and cultural leaders from South Bank, including Alan Bishop, CEO of the Southbank Centre, Richard Shaw, Director of Marketing, Communications and Audiences at the BFI, Alex Bayley, Director of Audiences and Marketing at the National Theatre and Kate Varah, Executive Director at The Old Vic.

The Mayor of London, Sadiq 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.”

The Jubilee Line is the third London Underground service to go 24-7, following quickly in the footsteps of the Victoria and Central lines. The new extended service will operate across the entire line from today, running every ten minutes. Alan Bishop, Southbank Centre CEO, said: “We are so pleased to welcome the introduction of the Night Tube to the Jubilee line, which will enable Londoners from all corners of the city to enjoy the cultural offerings of Southbank Centre and our neighbours. Safer and easier travel for London’s residents and visitors will allow more people to experience the amazing variety of art, theatre and performance on offer here and see the South Bank Quarter go from strength to strength.”

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