Are TFL ticket offices open?

Are TFL ticket offices open?

Our busiest ticket offices’ hours will remain unchanged, but at many stations ticket offices will open during the morning peak (07:30 – 10:00) when they are most used….New opening times.

Station Rectory Road
From 30 January
Monday-Friday 07:30 – 10:00
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

What time does TFL customer service open?

call us on 0343 222 4000 (09:00 – 17:00, Monday to Friday excluding bank holidays)

What time does London Underground open?

between 5am and midnight
Greater London is served by 11 Tube lines, along with the Docklands Light Railway (DLR), London Overground line and an interconnected local train network. Underground trains generally run between 5am and midnight, Monday to Saturday, with reduced operating hours on Sunday.

Are there ticket inspectors on the underground?

Going behind the scenes on the London Underground. The programme follows Diane McConnell and Denese Brunker, two of the Tube’s longest-serving ticket inspectors, and other plain-clothes revenue inspectors as they pursue fare evaders across the network.

What is the TfL rail line?

TfL Rail is the concession operating commuter services on two separate railway lines in London and its environs whilst the planned link-up between these lines is being constructed. This will form part of the Crossrail service when it opens.

How do I speak to someone at TfL?

To tell us about an urgent safety matter, call 0343 222 1234 (call charges may apply) or select the ‘safety issues and incidents’ option on the form below. For all non-safety critical matters, we aim to respond to you within 10 working days.

What time does the TfL open?

Winter hours (from 1 October)

Day Time
Monday to Thursday 07:00-21:00
Friday 07:00-23:00
Saturday and bank holidays 08:00-23:00
Sunday 09:00-21:00

Can a ticket inspector detain you UK?

Revenue Protection Officers have the power to detain people under common or criminal law circumstances: if a person fails to provide their name and address after being required to because for lack of a ticket or failing to buy a ticket when required, (this legislation only applies to railways) and.

Can TfL check contactless?

But a TfL spokesperson confirmed to WIRED that ticket inspectors can check Apple Pay devices in the same way that they verify Oyster or contactless payment cards. …

What is the name of the London Underground ticketing system?

The name for the system as installed from 1987 is “UTS” (Underground Ticketing System), though this system has been enhanced and extended recently, most notably since 1998 under the Prestige initiative, where Oyster smartcards were introduced.

When do the London Overground ticket offices open?

Our busiest ticket offices’ hours will remain unchanged, but at many stations ticket offices will open during the morning peak (07:30 – 10:00) when they are most used. To see the new hours for London Overground stations with changes and the date from which the new times will apply, check the table.

How many characters are on a London Underground ticket?

As a result of fares being set on a zonal basis, single or return tickets do not show a destination station – they display an 11-character abbreviation of the origin station name. Between 1987 and 1994 (when the layout of tickets was redesigned), up to 16 characters could be used for the name.

When do London Underground day tickets go on sale?

Day Travelcards are valid at any time on any day, although they are usually only sold Monday-Friday before 9:30am, while cheaper Off-Peak Travelcards are only valid for use on trains & London Underground services after 9:30am on weekdays (excluding Bank Holidays) but any time on weekends & holidays.