Make note, Londoners – you’re going to want to burn this onto your retinas.
Moving in line with the nocturnal infrastructure hubs of other major capital cities, London Underground has revealed the stations which will stay open all night when its new 24-hour service begins on 12 September.
Yet, as Transport For London hailed the move as "historic", there seemed little sign of a backdown from unions as Tube drivers prepare to strike over pay and conditions, which looks set to happen on 8 July.
In a nutshell: on the Central Line (which, for the Tube Map nerds amongst you, has lost the "kink" that the newest version of the Tube Map put in between Bond Street and Lancaster Gate) trains will run between Ealing Broadway and Hainault; Jubilee Line trains will run on the entire line (we’re surprised too); Northern Line trains will run on the entire line except on Mill Hill East and Bank branches; Victoria Line trains will run on the entire lane, and finally, trains will run between Cockfosters and Heathrow Terminal Five, effectively softening the blow for many a returning traveller.
Gareth Powell, director of strategy and service development for London Underground said of the news: "the Night Tube map shows our customers exactly when and where they can use this landmark service, which will make their late night journeys quicker and easier than ever before.
"As well making life easier for people, the Night Tube will also boost London's night-time economy - supporting thousands of jobs and stimulating hundreds of millions of pounds in economic growth."
Much as we loved the calamity of catching night buses, the UK’s 21st century metropolis will finally get the transport system it deserves. Or rather the transport system ‘dazed clubbers and returning holidaymakers hauling suitcases off delayed flights’ deserve.
Oh, and as for those heroes who are persuaded to stay out for “one more drink” – it’s the deal of the century.
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