Free travel on TfL services on New Year's Eve
These services will run all night on New Year's Eve, as will night and 24-hour bus routes.
Road closures will results in reduced bus services leaving central London between 7pm and 3am.
Information is available at tfl.gov.uk or from London Travel Information on 0843 222 1234.
Plan your journey before you set off, visit tfl.gov.uk/journeyplanner or text TfL to 60835.
(Texts are charged at your network operator's standard rate.)
Some stations will be closed in the evening, check tfl.gov.uk/travel for details.
First trains will run at weekday times, then a reduced Saturday service will operate, with trains running through the night.
These exceptions apply:
Bakerloo line: Buses replace trains between Stonebridge Park and Queen's Park, calling at all stations.
Hammersmith & City line: No service from 10am to 3.30pm, and 6.30pm to 3.30am (use the Circle and District lines instead).
Metropolitan line: Chiltern Railways will run a Saturday service with extra peak hour and late night trains.
Piccadilly line: No service between Rayners Lane and Uxbridge.
Use the Metropolitan line.
Docklands Light Railway
A modified weekday service will run, with an enhanced service between Stratford and Canary Wharf.
After 7pm, trains will run every 10 minutes, and every 15 minutes between 1am and 5am.
Bank DLR platforms will be closed.
No service between: Harrow & Wealdstone - Queen's Park, Richmond - Stratford, and Willesden Junction - Shepherd's Bush.
Replacement buses will run.
A Saturday service will run.
A limited service will run on Thursday night into Friday morning: Wimbledon - New Addington every 30 minutes; Wimbledon - Beckenham Junction every 30 minutes (Elmers End will not be served overnight).
Be aware of station closures, some may close temporarily to avoid overcrowding.
Other stations may be 'exit only'.
At Embankment Tube, you will only be able to leave via Villiers Street.
Access to Westminster Bridge will be from the South of the river only (8pm - 1am).
After 8pm, there will be no access to Golden Jubilee Bridges until 12.30am or until crowds disperse.
There will be a fireworks display on New Year's Eve, backed by the Mayor of London.
It will take place at the London Eye, which is marking its 10th anniversary.
To find out more, go to www.london.gov.uk/events