We are replacing four escalators at Embankment station between January and November 2014. The new custom-built machines will ensure a reliable service for many decades. See individual lines below on how this may affect your journey in the short term
Delays are down 40% (based on lost customer hours between 2007/08 and 2011/12)
There's increased room due to new trains, signalling, more frequent services and modernised stations
More frequent trains run on the Victoria, Jubilee and Central lines, providing the highest frequency rail services in the UK
Air-conditioned, walk-through trains are operating on the Metropolitan line and are being rolled out on the Hammersmith & City and Circle lines. The District line is next
New lifts, boarding ramps and wider train doors are improving accessibility
The Waterloo & City line is open for longer
Wi-fi is available at more than 120 stations
New travel alerts are available on Twitter
The Tube is always improving, so we have a plan for each line.
The Tube is the oldest underground railway network in the world, and it's carrying more people than ever before. If we want it to continue working, major improvements are essential. It will take a while, but we're working to a plan that'll make your journey better.