There's good news for people on the red and blue-served bits of London's Underground network, as they'll benefit the most from the city's first 24-hour lines when they start running this September.
The Night Tube map is a slimmed down outline showing only the services that'll run through the night on Fridays and Saturdays, helping drunks avoid the night bus nightmare and wake up confused in the wrong part of town. Here, because that pic up there is a bit hard to read, is a big version of the image:
There is, as is often the case, the threat of strike disruption hanging over the opening of the all-night lines. Train staff unions Aslef, the RMT and TSSA are all balloting their members on the option of striking, hoping to bargain for better terms for staff who may be asked upon to suddenly start pulling all-nighter shifts of dread.
Aslef members have already voted in favour of a strike, with organiser Finn Brennan saying: "Our members are entitled to a family life and to some sort of work/life balance. We aren't opposed to all night services but we want them introduced in a fair and sensible way which rewards staff for their hard work and the contribution they make to the success of the London Underground." [TfL via Twitter]