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Timetable Update on 30th October 2017

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Our timetable will change from Monday 30th October 2017. There will be changes to the RB1, RB2, RB4 and RB6 services.

Battersea Power Station Pier will open 1st November with services 7 days a week, a 20-minute frequency weekday mornings and evenings and a 30-minute frequency during the daytime and at weekends. A mixture of services will call into the pier, RB1 on weekday mornings, RB2 during the day and at weekends, and RB6 on weekday evenings.

With the new timetable, there will be an enhanced westbound service calling at Canary Wharf, London Bridge and Blackfriars in the morning and evening peak.

RB6 sailings will move to a 20 minute frequency from central London piers during the PM peak. This has been made possible due to our investment in our fleet, with the recent addition of two new 172 capacity vessels, Mercury and Jupiter Clipper.

The RB2 will now have a 30 minute frequency. There will be an enhanced service to Blackfriars and St George Wharf, which will join the RB2 route during the day and at weekends.

See more details below:

Changes by route

RB1 Weekdays

RB1 services will call into Battersea Power Station during the AM peak.

RB2

Battersea Power Station, St George Wharf, Millbank, Embankment, Blackfriars, Bankside and London Bridge on weekdays and weekends. This means services will now call into Blackfriars and St George Wharf during the day and at weekends in addition to at peak commuter times.

RB6

RB6 sailings will move to a 20 minute frequency from central London piers during the PM peak and will call into Battersea Power Station throughout the evening. An additional PM sailing has been added from Canary Wharf Pier.

RB4

The RB4 timetable has a 10 minute frequency weekdays and has been tweaked to better interchange with RB1.‚Äč

River Roamers

River Roamer tickets are valid in the Central and East Zone including to Battersea Power Station and St George Wharf, therefore they will be valid on RB6 services to these piers but not to piers further west.