Journey Planner Data Update 231


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Welcome to the latest Journey Planner Data Update – designed to keep you up to date with new timetables, stops and points of interest which have been added to the system and timetable data sources over the past week.
We hope it will be useful to staff, external stakeholders and users of Open Data alike.

INTRODUCTION – OUR DATA
The Unified API is update with new Journey Planner data up to five times a week – to receive notifications of when new data has been added, including a summary of what has changed, please email [email protected]
TransXChange data is normally supplied to the London Datastore on Tuesday mornings, with Naptan stops data supplied to the Department for Transport at the same time. Both should reflect changes described in this newsletter.

WHAT’S NEW?
New River Summer Timetables are in operation and now available on Journey Planner, the API and in TransXChange.

LONDON UNDERGROUND
Full engineering work train and replacement bus timetables are available for the next two weekends.
Please see the link below and select Planned Works Calendar for a full list of forthcoming engineering works https://tfl.gov.uk/forms/12392.aspx. All engineering work train timetables are now available in the London Datastore upload as well as the API

DOCKLANDS LIGHT RAILWAY / RIVER / TRAMLINK
DLR:
No new timetables. All engineering work train timetables are now available in the London Datastore upload as well as the API
River:

New Summer schedules are now in operation and available on the system.

Tramlink
No new timetables
Ruislip Lido Railway
The 2018 timetable is now available on the system

STEP-FREE ACCESS: UPDATE
To complement improvements to the website interface and the growing demand for improved accessibility information within Journey Planner and API, we have completed an audit of all National Rail step-free access information for stations across England, Wales and Scotland.
This is followed up by adjustments to Journey Planner to ensure valid planning of “step-free to platform” journeys using National Rail, Overground and TfL Rail within London, and to a wide number of stations within Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Kent, Oxfordshire. Surrey and Sussex. This includes train -bus connections across London and the South East, unlocking a large number of through multi-modal accessible journeys. We will extend this to stations outside London as systems are improved.
95% of bus stops in London are accessible to wheelchair users, however, we are now starting a project which labels the small number of inaccessible bus stops and removes them from Journey Planner and API solutions when “Full step-free access” is selected. We are progressing through on a borough-by-borough basis, and, so far, work has been completed for all boroughs in the London area for which we have information. Updated information on stops in the borough of Barnet, where many stops are accessible, has been included in JP this week.

LONDON BUSES SERVICE CHANGES AND SPECIAL BUS SERVICES
Data shown as NEW, and all other data shown below, is available on Journey Planner and the API now, and in the latest London Datastore TransXChange upload.
Changes from Saturday 14 April
130 New timetables with no changes to stops served or how often buses run 21-130
205 NEW: At Marylebone, buses now resume operating via the station forecourt in both directions 60-205
299 NEW: New timetables with no changes to stops served or how often buses run 86-299
381 NEW: New timetables with no changes to stops served or how often buses run 21-381
398 New timetables with no changes to stops served or how often buses run 49-398
549 New timetables with no changes to stops served. Buses run slightly less often during the day 60-549
H17 New timetables with no changes to stops served or how often buses run 49-H17
N205 At Marylebone, buses now resume operating via the station forecourt in both directions 60-205-N
N381 NEW: New timetables with no changes to stops served or how often buses run 21-381-N
U9 NEW: At Harefield Hospital, buses now resume serving the original stop in the Hospital grounds 21-U9

Changes from Sunday 15 April
490 NEW: New timetables with no changes to stops served. Buses run slightly more often on Monday to Friday afternoons and during the day on Saturday. 21-490
H25 NEW: New timetables with no changes to stops served. Buses run slightly more often during Monday to Friday afternoon peaks 21-H25

Changes from Monday 16 April
612 New timetables with no changes to stops served or how often buses run 8-612
624 New timetables with no changes to stops served or how often buses run 45-624
658 New timetables with no changes to stops served or how often buses run 45-658
664 New timetables with no changes to stops served or how often buses run 59-664

Changes from Saturday 21 April
94 NEW: New timetables with no changes to stops served. Buses run less often at most times: now every 6 minutes during Monday to Friday peaks, and every 7-8 minutes at other times during the day on Monday to Saturday, as well as every 10 minutes on each evening of the week and during the day on Sunday. 49-94
453 NEW: Buses now resume operating between Deptford Bridge and Marylebone at all times, no change to how often buses run 48-453
469 NEW: New timetables with no changes to stops served or how often buses run 8-469

Changes for Saturday 22 April: Note, a large number of special timetables are being added to reflect changes due to the London Marathon. These are expected to be completed
by Monday 16 April,
124 NEW: Special timetable for this day only with no changes to stops served or how often buses run 59-124
380 NEW: Special timetable due to changes related to the London Marathon, from 0630 buses operate between Woolwich and Belmarsh only, and when roads reopen a through service resumes to Blackheath and Lewisham, but is diverted between Woolwich Arsenal and Blackheath 59-380
386 NEW: Special timetable for this day only with no changes to stops served, but the service will not begin operating until 0430. 59-386

Changes from Monday 23 April
613 NEW: The morning journey from Tolworth Station operates ten minutes earlier 49-613

Changes from Saturday 28 April
95 NEW: New timetables with no changes to stops served or how often buses run 54-95
271 NEW: New timetables with no changes to stops served or how often buses run 54-271
N31 NEW: New timetables with no changes to stops served or how often buses run. The route will now be operated by Metroline 54-N31

Changes from Sunday 29 April
N5 NEW: New timetable with no changes to stops served or how often buses run, but with a new 2405 Sunday night / Monday morning journey from Trafalgar Square 54-N5

Changes from Monday 30 April
331 NEW: New timetables with no changes to stops served or how often buses run 54-331
A10 NEW: New timetables with no changes to stops served or how often buses run 54-A10

Changes from Tuesday 2 May
222 At Uxbridge High Street, buses towards Hounslow, Bus Station now serve Stop B instead of Stop C 54-222
427 At Uxbridge High Street, buses towards Acton, High Street now serve Stop B instead of Stop C 21-427
U7 At Uxbridge High Street, buses towards Hayes, Sainsbury’s now serve Stop B instead of Stop C 21-U7

Changes from Saturday 5 May
241 New timetables with no changes to stops served or how often buses run 60-241
308 NEW: Special service on this day only (also operates from 26 to 28 May) due to road closures affecting Route 308. Buses are diverted in both directions between Stratford Town Centre and Manor Park station via Romford Road and Woodgrange Road. For Water Lane and Forest Lane, use special Route 508. 64-308-F
330 New timetables with no changes to stops served or how often buses run 60-330
508 Special shuttle service on this day only (also operates from 26 to 28 May) due to road closures affecting Route 308. Buses operate between Stratford City and Wanstead Park station via Stratford Town Centre, Romford Road, Water Lane, Forest Lane, Field Road and Vansittart Road, serving existing Route 308 stops. 64-508

Changes from Saturday 26 May
308 NEW: Special service (from 26 to 28 May) due to road closures affecting Route 308. Buses are diverted in both directions between Stratford Town Centre and Manor Park station via Romford Road and Woodgrange Road. For Water Lane and Forest Lane, use special Route 508. 64-308-F

508 Special shuttle service (from 26 to 28 May) due to road closures affecting Route 308. Buses operate between Stratford City and Wanstead Park station via Stratford Town Centre, Romford Road, Water Lane, Forest Lane, Field Road and Vansittart Road, serving existing Route 308 stops. 64-508

NEW STOPS, AND STATIONS, and stop adjustments (SMS codes are in the last column)
New Naptan codes are now uploaded to the DfT database on Tuesday mornings and are available shortly afterwards.
NAPTAN Calms ID Reason for Change Name of Stop (with Coordinates if new or changed) SMS Code
490001207N 9954 Coordinate New Southgate Station 528674 192268 53888 55766
490005750E H0325 Coordinate Hail & Ride Camlet Way 526108 197896 72840