Transport for London will be offering free services from 23.45 on New Years Eve until 04.30 on New Years Day. The free travel is being sponsored by Natwest Bank.

The London underground will begin a non-stop service on the morning of Saturday 31 December 2005, continuing until the end of the following day, Sunday 1 January 2006. From approximately 02.00 on New Year's Day, the underground will operate at a 15-minute frequency in central London and every 30 minutes on branch lines in outer London.

Night bus services will also be operating through the night but with some diversions. Forty bus services that normally only run during the day will be continued through the night. DLR and Croydon Tramlink services will also run all night. The central London congestion charge is also being suspended again this year for the three working days between Christmas and New Year. It will resume on Tuesday 3 January 2006. For full travel information visit: or call London Travel Information on 020 7222 1234.

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