This weekend thousands will be out partying in the streets of London as they wave goodbye to 2022 and say hello to 2023 on New Year’s Eve.
And with the London fireworks officially back this year, there are set to be plenty of people heading to the viewing area to watch the night sky light up.
But with so many people expected to take to the capital, that means the transport services will be busier than ever.
And after the clock strikes midnight, many will be heading home using the many transport links Transport for London has to offer.
It’s also important to note that, unlike most years, TfL has confirmed that they will not be offering free travel this New Year’s Eve.
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How to get around London on New Year’s Eve
On New Year’s Eve, there will be a special service running throughout the night.
But there will not be a Waterloo & City line service as well as no District Line service to Kensington Olympia.
The Overground line will not have its regular service, with no service between Liverpool Street-Enfield Town/Chestnut/Chingford, Romford-Upminster, Richmond/Clapham Junction-Stratford or Willesden Junction-Clapham Junction.
There will be overnight services at Highbury & Islington-West Croydon/Clapham Junction/Crystal Palace, Highbury & Islington-Crystal Palace, West Croydon-Highbury & Islington, and Euston-Watford Junction.
Throughout the day and night buses will run on a Saturday service across all routes.
There will also be more buses more frequently with a few small changes during day routes.
Check the TfL website for the latest updates.