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What trains are part of TfL?

Currently, the tube is managed by Transport for London (TfL), and runs 11 tube lines and 4 additional lines. The tube lines are: Bakerloo, Central, Circle, District, Hammersmith & City, Jubilee, Metropolitan, Northern, Piccadilly, Victoria, and Waterloo & City.

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Which lines are part of TfL?

Currently, the tube is managed by Transport for London (TfL), and runs 11 tube lines and 4 additional lines. The tube lines are: Bakerloo, Central, Circle, District, Hammersmith & City, Jubilee, Metropolitan, Northern, Piccadilly, Victoria, and Waterloo & City.

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What transport does TfL cover?

TfL manages London's buses, London Underground, Docklands Light Railway, London Overground and London Trams. It also runs London River Services, Victoria Coach Station and the congestion charge scheme.

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How many trains are there in TfL?

London Underground, better known as the Tube, has 11 lines covering 402km and serving 272 stations. The Tube handles up to five million passenger journeys a day. At peak times, there are more than 543 trains whizzing around the Capital.

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Is the Elizabeth line National Rail or TfL?

Operated by MTR Elizabeth line (MTREL), a 100% subsidiary of MTR Corporation, the Elizabeth line is part of the TfL network and has interchanges with the London Underground, DLR, London Overground and National Rail services.

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Does Trainline cover TfL?

If you're after TfL Rail tickets, look no further. At Trainline, we'll show you where the TfL Rail can take you and how to book the best value fares for your journey. To find TfL Rail tickets, simply start a search above, and we'll show you the best available journey times and prices.

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Are trains included in Oyster card?

Oyster cards

You can pay as you go to travel on bus, Tube, tram, DLR, London Overground, most Elizabeth line, IFS Cloud Cable Car and Thames Clippers River Bus services. You can also travel on most National Rail services in London and some outside London.

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Is Heathrow part of TfL?

TFL Rail Heathrow operating hours & frequencies

TFL Heathrow trains run every 30 minutes in each direction 7 days a week. From Heathrow Airport first train from Heathrow (Terminal 2) is at 05:17. Last train is shortly before midnight. From Paddington first train is 04:42, (Sundays 05:11).

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Is Southeastern included in TfL?

Yes, you can use Oyster Season Tickets on our network for journeys within the valid eight zones. You can also use Oyster Pay As You Go (PAYG) within the London Travelcard zones.

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Is Overground part of TfL?

The Overground forms part of the United Kingdom's National Rail network but it is under the concession control and branding of Transport for London (TfL).

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What is the cheapest way to use the London Underground?

Oyster and contactless payment cards

For most people travelling around London, the cheapest way to get around is by using an Oyster or contactless payment card. An Oyster card is a smart card you can use instead of paper tickets, available on buses, Tubes, trams, rail, DLR and some river services.

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What is the difference between London Underground and Overground?

The overground are more traditional trains as opposed to the metro style for the Underground. Overground is more of a ring around central London - it's useful for avoiding going via central London if you don't want to.

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Is Elizabeth line replacing TfL Rail?

All services between Reading and Heathrow to Paddington and Shenfield to Liverpool Street, currently operating as TfL Rail, will be rebranded to the Elizabeth line.

Is Elizabeth line included in Oyster?

Can I use an Oyster or contactless payment card on the Elizabeth line? Yes, Oyster cards are accepted for most journeys, except for stations west of West Drayton.

How much does it cost to go on the Elizabeth line at Heathrow?

The cost. A paper single ticket for the Elizabeth Line will cost £12.30 or £24.60 for a return. In a nutshell, there's no advantage to buying a return! A London Zones 1-6 Travelcard is £15.20 and is also valid on Elizabeth Line trains to Heathrow, so you might find this to be best if your origin isn't Paddington.

How do I know if my train ticket includes a Tube?

If your journey involves travelling via or across London to connect with another National Rail service, your ticket should include the cost of transfer on London Underground, DLR, Thameslink or Elizabeth line services between the relevant stations. Your ticket will be marked with a cross ( + ) sign.

Is Tube included in Trainline?

Yes. If you need to use the London Underground (the tube) to complete your journey, we'll package up the cost of your Overground and Underground tickets for you. You can then select a ticket to that underground zone, i.e. Edinburgh to London Underground Zone 1.

Can I use my Oyster card on TfL Rail?

If you have a Pay As You Go Oyster card, you can use it to travel on bus, Tube, tram, DLR, the IFS Cable Car, London Overground and National Rail services in London. You can also use it to travel on Thames Clippers River Bus services but these journeys do not count towards daily caps.

Is central line a TFL?

Central Underground line - Transport for London.

What makes up the TFL?

The tensor fasciae latae (TFL) is a muscle of the proximal anterolateral thigh that lies between the superficial and deep fibres of the iliotibial (IT) band. There is high variability in muscle belly length, although, in most patients, the TFL muscle belly ends before the greater trochanter of the femur.

How many TFL zones are there?

The London Transport Network spans six different zones, covering 55 square miles of inner and outer London. By looking at the network map, you can plan your trip and determine which zones you will need to visit. Travelcards are available to buy for London zones 1-2, 1-3, 1-4, 1-5, or 1-6.

Is it cheaper to buy a train ticket or use an Oyster card?

You can add money to an Oyster card or use contactless (card or device) straight away. You only pay for the journeys you make and it's cheaper than buying a paper single or return ticket (train companies may offer special deals on some journeys).

Does London Travelcard include trains?

A Travelcard (in the zones it's valid for) gives you unlimited travel at any time on bus, Tube, Tram, DLR, London Overground, Elizabeth line and National Rail services in London. You can use it on all buses, and if valid in zones 3, 4, 5 or 6, on all trams. Travelcards can start on any day.

Is it cheaper to use an Oyster card or contactless?

Is it cheaper to use Oyster or contactless? As both cards use the same Pay As You Go system and are compatible with the TfL Oyster & Contactless app, the costs are comparable.

Is TfL Rail cheaper than Heathrow Express?

The Heathrow Express service is a premium train service, offering the fastest transfer between Heathrow and central London. There is a slower train that runs between Paddington and Heathrow called TFL Rail Heathrow. This is aimed at airport workers and is cheaper, but slower and runs less frequently.

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