List of busiest London Underground stations

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The London Underground is a metro system in the United Kingdom that serves Greater London and the neighbouring counties of Essex, Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire. Its first section opened in 1863.[1]

The system has 270 stations.[2] In 2012, Waterloo was the busiest station on the network, used by over 88 million passengers, while Roding Valley was the quietest, with 220,000 passengers.[3]

This table lists the stations with 30 million users or more entering or exiting in 2012. The total of annual entries and exits for all stations in 2012 was 2.652 billion.[3]

Busiest London Underground stations (entries and exits, in millions)[3]
Rank (2012) Station Zone(s) 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004
1
Waterloo
1
Increase 88.16
Increase 84.12
Increase 81.57
Decrease 75.96
Increase 77.20
Increase 74.84
Increase 72.87
Decrease 67.40
68.43
2
Victoria
1
Increase 82.96
Increase 82.25
Increase 79.93
Decrease 77.44
Increase 78.41
Increase 76.41
Increase 72.99
Decrease 67.82
68.86
3
King's Cross St. Pancras
1
Increase 80.97
Increase 77.11
Increase 72.58
Decrease 66.15
Increase 67.07
Increase 66.36
Decrease 52.51
Decrease 71.50
77.56
4
Oxford Circus
1
Increase 80.55
Increase 77.09
Increase 70.12
Increase 73.97
Increase 72.91
Increase 72.05
Increase 68.44
Decrease 63.06
64.81
5
London Bridge
1
Increase 67.16
Increase 65.44
Decrease 60.79
Increase 61.50
Increase 60.55
Increase 56.95
Increase 50.98
Increase 44.97
44.36
6
Liverpool Street
1
Increase 64.23
Increase 63.65
Increase 62.72
Decrease 60.91
Increase 64.16
Increase 61.32
Increase 57.90
Decrease 50.67
50.81
7
Stratford
3
Increase 50.96
Increase 48.57
Increase 29.82
Decrease 26.99
Increase 27.23
Increase 25.63
Increase 22.44
Increase 18.87
17.26
8
Canary Wharf
2
Increase 48.04
Increase 46.59
Increase 41.53
Decrease 39.62
Increase 43.51
Increase 41.62
Increase 38.48
Increase 34.21
29.89
9
Bank & Monument
1
Decrease 47.75
Increase 47.80
Increase 43.50
Decrease 40.66
Increase 42.82
Increase 41.88
Increase 38.21
Increase 34.30
33.84
10
Paddington
1
Decrease 46.33
Increase 46.48
Increase 44.00
Increase 42.03
Increase 40.70
Decrease 37.24
Increase 38.72
Decrease 34.29
34.44
11
Piccadilly Circus
1
Increase 42.36
Increase 40.58
Increase 39.68
Decrease 38.57
Increase 38.85
Increase 38.09
Increase 37.63
Decrease 33.76
36.39
12
Leicester Square
1
Decrease 38.51
Increase 38.78
Increase 36.94
Increase 35.56
Decrease 33.87
Increase 38.69
Increase 32.69
Decrease 29.54
33.18
13
Bond Street
1
Increase 38.07
Decrease 36.02
Increase 36.87
Increase 36.85
Decrease 36.41
Increase 36.70
Increase 32.76
Decrease 29.57
30.06
14
Euston
1
Increase 37.53
Increase 35.32
Increase 33.57
Increase 31.12
Increase 28.13
Increase 25.78
Increase 25.67
Increase 24.16
22.35
15
Tottenham Court Road
1
Increase 36.01
Decrease 23.99
Decrease 34.55
Decrease 34.87
Decrease 36.57
Increase 37.29
Increase 32.84
Decrease 30.80
31.71
16
Green Park
1
Increase 33.99
Increase 31.72
Increase 29.37
Decrease 28.26
Decrease 29.62
Increase 30.03
Increase 28.01
Increase 24.89
24.88
17
South Kensington
1
Increase 32.50
Increase 30.61
Increase 29.78
Decrease 28.24
Increase 28.48
Increase 28.25
Increase 26.91
Decrease 23.97
24.12
18
Holborn
1
Decrease 31.51
Increase 31.98
Increase 31.26
Decrease 30.10
Decrease 30.18
Increase 31.11
Increase 27.53
Increase 25.07
24.94

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "History". Transport for London. Retrieved 31 May 2009. 
  2. ^ "London Underground". Transport for London. Retrieved 19 December 2012. 
  3. ^ a b c "COUNTS - 2012 - annual entries & exits" (XLS). London Underground - Performance. Transport for London. 2013. Retrieved 18 April 2014.