District Line - no data, webpage down

Reporting this for visibility; possibly same issue as No Sequence Data for Northern Line.

https://api.tfl.gov.uk/Line/district/Route/Sequence/all (archive) currently returns a response with missing data:

$type	"Tfl.Api.Presentation.Entities.RouteSequence, Tfl.Api.Presentation.Entities"
lineId	"district"
lineName	"District"
direction	"all"
isOutboundOnly	true
mode	"tube"
lineStrings	[]
stations	[]
stopPointSequences	[]
orderedLineRoutes	[]

The District Line webpage is also down: https://tfl.gov.uk/tube/route/district/ (archive).

District line are trialling a new signalling system this weekend.

I’m guessing the necessary API updates haven’t been made yet.

  1. Dstock7080

27 March 2022 09:41
SMA 5 authorised for passenger use from 0900 today 27 March, has been running without passengers since 1220 yesterday.

100andthirty

27 March 2022 10:48
Dstock7080………It’s been a long journey but it’s great that ATO is now enabled on the whole Circle line

https://www.londonreconnections.com/2019/ssr-towards-the-proposed-march-2020-timetable/#comment-451185

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So… will we get data for some of the “no data yet” stations Trackernet /PredictionDetailed/ Missing stations ?

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So… will we get data for some of the “no data yet” stations

Certainly should do.

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It’s happened again for Hammersmith and City: https://tfl.gov.uk/tube/route/hammersmith-city/ (archive)

  • Is this a bug, or is it intended that when a line is closed (“planned closure”?) its webpage goes down and its API endpoints become inaccessible?
  • Is there any way of getting still getting this information (/Line/{id}/Route/Sequence/{direction}) when this happens?