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Mayor of London

Bond Street

Bond Street station is in the heart of London's West End, the busiest shopping district in the UK - serving tourists, residents and businesses in the area.

More than 155,000 passengers use the station daily. When Crossrail arrives in 2018, passenger numbers are expected to increase to 225,000.

The scheme will deliver:

  • A new Tube station entrance on Marylebone Lane, on the north side of Oxford Street, leading to a new ticket hall
  • New escalators serving the Jubilee line
  • Lifts to provide step-free access from street to platform
  • Interchange with Crossrail services within the station

Crossrail

Crossrail is the high-capacity, high-frequency railway that will run from Reading in the west to Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the east.

Bond Street station will be a key point on the Crossrail route as it runs through central London.

We're working with Crossrail and City of Westminster to improve the Bond Street area.

Read more about Crossrail at Bond Street.

Changes to travel 2014

Customers using Bond Street station will be affected by a number of works:

  • From 30 June to early December Jubilee line trains will not stop at the station. This is so extensive work to improve access to the Jubilee line platforms can bes carried out
  • The station will then operate on an exit and interchange only basis until the end of 2014 to enable future tunnelling works

Jubilee line platform closure

If you usually exit or change onto the Central line at Bond Street, take the Jubilee line to either Baker Street or Waterloo and use the Bakerloo line to Oxford Circus. It's then a short walk to Bond Street, or one stop on the westbound Central line.

If you normally start your Jubilee line journey at Bond Street, walk or take the Central line to Oxford Circus. From there take the Bakerloo line and travel to Baker Street or Waterloo, or use the Victoria line to Green Park, and then change to the Jubilee line. Alternatively, Green Park is a 15 minute walk from Bond Street.