UPDATED Friday 11 Nov (Am): Transport information following tram incident

British Transport Police and other emergency services are currently on the scene at a major incident at Sandilands tram stop in Croydon.

Officers are working to deal with a tram derailment, which has led to number of casualties.

People are asked to avoid the area. See TfL for transport journey updates – www.tfl.gov.uk. For road closures and diversion updates see www.bbc.co.uk/travel/london/incidents/road

Anyone concerned about friends or family who may have been involved can call the Casualty Bureau – 0800 40 50 40



The A232 Addiscombe Road is still closed and drivers are advised to seek alternative routes.
A diversion route is in place running along the A222 Lower Addiscombe Road.

• Trams are still suspended around the area of the derailment near Sandilands stop in Croydon.
• There is a limited tram service running on the Wimbledon – East Croydon (round the loop).
• A map showing the area where services are not running is available at www.tfl.gov.uk/status-updates

Buses (Friday)

• 130: additional 6-8 per hour between 06.30 and 21.00
• 289: 10 additional per hour between same 06.30 and 21.00
• 466: 2-4 additional per hour, in addition between peak hours (6am – 9am and 4pm – 7pm) an additional 12-14 buses per hour
• 367 – enhanced service


• Tram tickets will be accepted on TfL services including buses, tube and London Overground. Southern, Thameslink and Southeastern are also accepting tickets on alternative local routes.

Latest updates

For travel advice and to plan alternative travel, go to www.tfl.gov.uk. Local bus maps are available at www.tfl.gov.uk/maps to help you replan your route.
• Follow real-time travel tools at www.tfl.gov.uk and social media information by following @TfLTravelAlerts, @TramsLondon @TfLTrafficNews and @TfLBusAlerts.
• See TfL for transport journey updates – www.tfl.gov.uk
• For road closure and diversion updates visit www.bbc.co.uk/travel/london/incidents/road



2016-11-11T11:00:15+00:00 November 11th, 2016|Recent news|