TfL Go: Live Tube, Bus & Rail 4+

Plan journeys around London


Designed for iPad

    • Free



Travel confidently around London with maps and live travel updates on our official TfL app. Check live arrival times for Tube, London Overground, DLR, Elizabeth line and Thameslink trains as well as Trams and IFS Cloud Cable Car. Make step-free journeys and look up station facilities. See on the map when stations and lifts are closed. Walking or cycling? Our reliable journey planner will map a safe route.

The app is built around our iconic Tube map. To get started:
• Touch the map or search to plan your journey
• See the status of all lines
• Check how busy each London Underground station is right now
• Re-route as you travel - we’ll suggest alternatives
• Switch to the step-free map for accessible journeys
• Find out when your next train, bus or tram is due
• Look up which platform your train will arrive on
• See when the stations you want to travel through are quieter
• Check out station information and facilities such as toilets

Most recently we’ve:
• Added more information about station toilets – find out where they are by gender and which ones are accessible and/or with baby changing facilities
• Built a new map showing nearby bus stops – making it simple to see where you can catch your bus from
• Refreshed the navigation – it’s even easier to get to the features you want

Our simple and clear layout is designed to make using the app easy for everyone.

Planning your journey: We’ll suggest multiple ways to get to your destination – you pick the one that suits you best. Choose the quickest journey, bus-only or one that’s step-free.

Check before you travel: See how the line is running and when to expect your next Tube, bus, train or tram

Freedom to explore: Choose the right travel options if you or someone you’re travelling with needs to avoid steps, lifts onto a train or in a station.

Bus stops near you: Find the bus stop nearest to where you are, and next bus live arrival information for every route.

Available underground via Wi-Fi (or 4G in some places) for live updates on the go.

What users have said:

“I think that out of all of the transport apps I have owned on my phone, this is by far the best”

“I love how clean the design of the app is & how easy it is to use. The best part of the app is it’s simplicity & how it helps you to navigate across London so effortlessly.”

“The map is awesome! The ability to zoom in and out and see more/less information as you do so. The station information is really useful and seeing which lines/stations are closed or have delays at a glance is really helpful. It’s also beautifully designed! Very slick, clean, and responsive.”

“The app is beautifully designed and free to use. Step free mode also works really well."

“This is a must have app … very much worth the wait. Well done TFL.”

What’s New

Version 1.50.0

We've made it easier to see the route a bus is following when you look at a bus stop near you
We've made it easier to select or deselect different modes of travel when you're planning a journey

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
30K Ratings

30K Ratings

Nina Rim ,

Interesting app

Most map apps such as citymapper and google maps bring similar functionality, but the tfl developers have indeed done a good job of providing a well designed and simplified experience with a focus on public transport in London and accessibility (both in the app and in finding accessible transport options). I am particularly impressed with the consistent design style that reflects the tfl brand really well. I would be curious to find out what technologies you used when building out the screens and interactive map 😁!

Of course there are always tradeoffs when designing a whole navigation app around the london tube map seeing as those unfamiliar with the london tube may find it unintuitive, as geographical distances and locations in london aren’t conveyed like they are on an ordinary map. In addition, the amount of text on the map and text on the main option buttons at the bottom may make the main app screen slightly less accessible to certain people. However, given the constraints of working off the tfl map, the design is still impressive.

To make the app better, it would be good to add some more disambiguation for places vs stations. Eg: High Barnet may refer to the tube station or the centre of the area.

Developer Response ,

Hi Nina. Thank you so much for your very detailed review and amazing rating! We are thrilled to learn you have such a positive opinion! We appreciate your point on those who may be unfamiliar with london and the underground map, however, the app is designed to plan a journey from the app users current location, which will negate the need to know where you'll be starting your journey from - although this is also something you can do in the app! Damien

hdhebshahud ,

I have problem with this buses

when I approach the bus and they see me closing the doors and start laughing, I don't know if this incident is possible, it happens to every customer and it still happens today in Goodmayes EL3 shame on them because we pay for travel and something like that is unacceptable, they say we can whatever we want if we want we open the door if no we just leave 😡😡😡and we are just 1 meter till the bus they close the doors and they leave’s smiling they don’t care we pay a lot of money for just 1 travel😡😡😡😡😡😡😡very disappointed

NicknameNotKnown345 ,

Not recommended

The journey plans are really bad. Other journey planner apps are way better than this. Only thing in this app have advantage is it’s official tfl app. Otherwise just another space wasting app. Buses are always late, like aren’t the strike days over?? And the maps are unreadable because it’s not accurate at all. Like can’t it at least be accurate? Maps given in the tubes are also same. Not accurate at all. Specially stations are in the wrong places on the map.

Update: (Stations on the south and north side of Thames is not really accurate. Does the person who made the map really know where the putney station is?? I got confused because station map was inaccurate. At least the locations of the stations should be accurate, isn’t it? Idk ab south side of the London. But most of the north side stations are in the wrong place on the map. Like at least be accurate ab the location. On the map some stations look close and you could walk to the other station but you can’t😩. And some station looks really far away on the map but they are pretty close to each other. Like it doesn’t make sense. Or is the person who made the map evil or smthing??)

Developer Response ,

Hi, can you provide more detail about the inaccuracies you're noticing on the map? You could also check if you've enabled step-free mode by tapping on the wheelchair icon in the top right (this mode only shows step-free stations on the map), tapping on it again will revert to the standard map.

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