Transport for London has announced that the night tube services on the Northern Line will return this weekend.

TfL has said that the service would resume from Saturday in a bid to help the capital's nighttime economy recover.

The night tube service did previously return on the Central and Victoria lines back in November 2021.

Before being further extended with the return of the Jubilee Line back in May. 

Plus TfL has also reported that they plan to reopen the Piccadilly line service this summer. 

Along with the return, there will also be an increased frequency of trains, from six to twelve per hour during peak times and five to ten trains per hour at off-peak times.

With the hope that the increase will help support the continuing regeneration of Vauxhall, Nine Elms and Battersea which is identified as an Opportunity Area in the Mayor's London Plan.  

Speaking of the return, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, said: "This is another landmark moment in the capital's recovery from the pandemic - and fantastic news for Londoners and visitors who want to enjoy the capital's incredible nightlife, safe in the knowledge that they will be able to get the Northern line home. 

"It means that Night Tube services have now returned on the Central, Victoria and Jubilee lines, delivering not only a huge economic boost for our world-renowned night time economy but also making a huge difference to people who want to travel around our city at night."