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Travelcard Zone 1 is the central zone of Transport for London's zonal system used for calculating co-ordinated inter-modal Travelcard fares within London. London is split into six (approximately concentric) zones for the purpose of determining the cost of London transport fares on the London Underground and Docklands Light Railway, but not journeys undertaken entirely by bus or tram, for which a city-wide flat fare applies.

The boundary of Zone 1 roughly corresponds to the route of the Underground's Circle Line and thus stations within the zone cover the West End, the Holborn district, Kensington, Paddington and the City of London. Old Street, Angel, Pimlico, Tower Gateway, Aldgate East and Euston, Vauxhall, Elephant & Castle, Borough, London Bridge, Earl's Court, Marylebone, Edgware Road, Lambeth North and Waterloo are in Zone 1 but not in or on the Circle Line. As of December 2007, when the East London Line was closed for major reconstruction, every Tube line passes through or terminates in Zone 1.

The zone includes all of London's principal railway termini.

 


Line TfL colour name Shown as
Notes
Bakerloo Corporate Brown
Pantone 470
brown
1934–present
red
1933–1934
brown
UERL
Central Corporate Red
Pantone 485
red
1934–present
orange
1933–1934
blue
UERL
Circle Corporate Yellow
Pantone 116

yellow
1987–present
yellow
(black outline)
1949–1987
green
(black outline)
1948
originally part of the Metropolitan and District lines; not shown before 1948
District Corporate Green
Pantone 356
green
1933–present
green
UERL
East London Underground Orange
Pantone 137
orange
(double stripe)
2010–present
orange
1990–2010
magenta
(double stripe)
1970-c.1990

magenta
1949–1969

green
1937–1948

magenta
1934–1937
white
(red outline)
1933–1934
part of the Metropolitan Line until c.1990; part of London Overground from 2010
Hammersmith
& City
Underground Pink
Pantone 197
pink
1988–present
magenta
1949–1988
green
1937–1948
magenta
1934–1937
part of the Metropolitan line until given its own identity in 1988
Jubilee Corporate Grey
Pantone 430
grey
1979–present
opened 1979; Baker Street to Stanmore section previously part of the Bakerloo line
Metropolitan Corporate Magenta
Pantone 235
magenta
1948–present
green
1937–1948
magenta
1934–1937
red
UERL
shown combined with the District line 1937–1948
Northern Corporate Black
Pantone Black
black
1933–present
grey (CCE&H)
UERL
black (C&SL)
UERL
Northern City
none
white
(black outline)
c.1990–1998
orange
(double stripe)
1985-c.1990
white
(black outline)
1975–1984
black
(double stripe)
1970–1975

black
1937–1969
white
(black outline)
1934–1937
white
(magenta outline)
1933–1934
not shown since 1998; now a Network Rail line orange
(black outline)
UERL
Piccadilly Corporate Blue
Pantone 072
blue
1933–present
yellow
(black outline)
UERL
Victoria Corporate Light Blue
Pantone 299
light blue
1968–present
opened 1968
Waterloo
& City
Corporate Turquoise
Pantone 338

turquoise
1994–present
white
(black outline)
1949–1994
red
(black outline)
1943–1948
white
(black outline)
1938–1941
thin grey
(main line)
UERL
not shown before 1938; part of British Rail until 1994
Docklands
Light
Railway
DLR Turquoise
Pantone 326
turquoise
(double stripe)
1993–present
blue
(double stripe)
1987–1993
opened 1987
Tramlink Trams Green
Pantone 368
green
(double stripe)
green
(dotted)
not shown on the standard map – see below; both styles used on other maps
West London Overground Orange
Pantone 158
orange
(double stripe)
2010-now
white
(black outline)
2007–2010
not shown
1943–2007
white
(black outline)
1938–1941
thin grey
(main line)
UERL
now part of London Overground
North London Overground Orange
Pantone 158
orange
(double stripe)
2007-now
white
(black outline)
c.1990–2007
not shown
1985-c.1990
white
(black outline)
1977–1984
thin grey
(main line)
UERL
now part of London Overground
Watford DC Overground Orange
Pantone 158
orange
(double stripe)
2007-now
not shown
1985–2007
white
(black outline)
1984
brown
(triple stripe)
1975–1983
brown/black/brown
(triple stripe)
1973–1974
thin grey
(main line)
UERL
now part of London Overground; only Queen's Park–Watford shown 1973–1984 (Bakerloo peak hours service)
Gospel Oak–
Barking
Overground Orange
Pantone 158
orange
(double stripe)
2007-now
thin grey
(main line)
UERL
not shown before 2007
Thameslink
none
white
(black outline)
c.1990–1998
orange
(double stripe)
1985-c.1990
white
(black outline)
1977–1984
thin grey
(main line)
UERL
a Network Rail line; not shown since 1998
Emirates Air Line Red
red
(triple stripe)

2012–now

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