The Diamond Jubilee celebrates the Queen’s 60 years as Monarch. Special events will take place across London from Saturday 2 to Tuesday 5 June.
Travelling during the Diamond Jubilee
To avoid delays, plan your journey in advance and check before you travel.
You can expect road and bridge closures across central London and public transport will be busier than usual. We advise you to:
- Avoid travelling through central London if you’re not attending an event, particularly on Sunday 3 June
- Visit National Rail to plan your journey into and out of London
- Buy travel tickets in advance to save time and avoid queues
- Check live traffic news and live travel news for real-time updates
- If you plan to use Barclays Cycle Hire, check the status of docking stations before you travel
Download the Diamond Jubilee event and bus hub locations map (1MB)
Download an overview of the River Pageant bridge closures on Sunday 3 June (480KB)
There will be several road closures over the weekend. Don’t drive into London unless you have to.
Plan your journey in advance, check live traffic news or follow us on Twitter @TfLTrafficNews for real-time traffic updates.
A number of Royal Parks roads are closed over the coming weeks so the Diamond Jubilee Concert venue can be built. For more details visit the Department for Culture, Media and Sport website or the Royal Parks website for more information.
The majority of services will be operating as normal over the Diamond Jubilee weekend. The Richmond to Willesden Junction and South Tottenham to Barking sections of the line will not operate due to engineering work.
Travelling to events
Visit our Travelling to Diamond Jubilee events page for travel advice related to the following events:
- Saturday 2 June – Epsom Derby and Hyde Park Festival
- Sunday 3 June – River Pageant
- Monday 4 June – BBC Concert, Buckingham Palace
- Tuesday 5 June – Service of Thanksgiving, carriage procession and balcony appearance
Interactive Map of The Diamond Jubilee