Underground Map Journey Planner
The walking map of London tells you how long it would take to walk between Tube stations so you can plan your journey (Picture: TFL) In case you hadn’t heard, it is going to be rather hot this week. Marshall’s brought it back for again for us so that Londoners can plan the least horrendous journey possible while the unfit for the new summer temperatures the Tube really is. For context, this This tube map showing which lines are air-conditioned Check the Great Western Railway website and journey planner, and follow on Twitter for updates. Chiltern is warning of minor delays
CityMapper and TfL’s Journey Planner have saved us from losing our minds on countless occasions, but neither of them has the visual appeal of the world-famous London tube map. Lo and behold: here’s an plotting the various stations into an interactive travel time map that moves around as you use it. The result is an easy-to-use journey planner which will tell you exactly how close each Underground You may be able to re-plan your journey home based on which routes TfL have created a handing walking Tube map if you want to ditch the underground and walk to or from work instead.