The network considers peak time to be between 7 p.m. and 10.30 p.m., when it drew a share of 30.5 percent last week. That's down 0.5 percentage point from the previous week.
Peak time in the United States is typically reported as either between 6 and 9 p.m. or between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. However, these are approximate times that vary by station and culture. Some stations may have different schedules for weekends versus weekdays, for example.
In Canada, peak time is usually reported as either between 5 and 8 p.m. or between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., depending on the station.
In Australia, peak time is usually reported as either between 7 and 8 p.m. or between 3 and 4 p.m., depending on the station. The ABC at 7 p.m. was the most-watched program on Australian television last night, while Nine's Today show with Kath & Kim had its highest-ever ratings.
In New Zealand, peak time is usually reported as either between 7 and 8 p.m. or between 12 and 1 p.m., depending on the station.
TfL's peak hours are 6.30am to 9.30am and 4pm to 7pm. Outside these times, travel is less busy.
On average, tube stations see the most passengers around midday with trains becoming more crowded later in the evening. The busiest day of the week is Saturday, followed by Friday, Sunday, and Wednesday.
Rush hour on the London Underground is between 5:30 am and 8:30 pm. During this period, some lines experience more traffic than others - typically those that connect residential areas with central London's business district.
The Victoria line has the highest percentage of daily passengers during rush hour at 20%. The Waterloo & City line has the lowest at 10%.
The percentage of people using public transport within 15 minutes of a station reaching capacity falls off rapidly after about three quarters of an hour, so the best strategy for avoiding delays is to use your ticket before then. If all tickets must be printed at the station, this is when walking along the carriage is useful for determining if it is worth buying a new ticket for the next section of the line.
CST (Central Standard Time) CST (Central Standard Time) is six hours behind Coordinated Universal Time (UTC)...
|Central Time Zone|
|Central Time Zone|
First and foremost,
|Central Standard Time (CST) to London, England ( in London)|
|6 am CST||is||12 pm in London|
|7 am CST||is||1 pm in London|
|8 am CST||is||2 pm in London|
|9 am CST||is||3 pm in London|
Locations with +13 hours UTC will be 25 hours ahead of areas with -12 hours UTC. With this information, the greatest time difference between two points on the planet is a whopping 26 hours. This huge span of time makes it difficult for some things to happen simultaneously.
Some examples: It's impossible for an Olympic athlete in Rio de Janeiro to win a medal during certain times on Earth because those events are happening during different hours there. The same thing can be said for many other sports stars and celebrities. They cannot participate in both the Olympics and live performances because they would be working on Saturday night (during the day in Brazil) and Sunday morning (during normal sleeping hours).
Even though these kinds of events cannot occur at the same time, people still want to see them happen together so movie producers come up with creative solutions for this problem. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, one song had special effects used during its performance that changed depending on which country was winning or losing a particular event. For example, if Greece were doing well in basketball, then Miley Cyrus' video "We Can't Stop" would play upon viewing of the scene.
In addition to movie producers, anyone who wants to share in these events can watch them online.
First and foremost,
|Pacific Standard Time (PST) to London, England ( in London)|
|8 am PST||is||4 pm in London|
|9 am PST||is||5 pm in London|
|10 am PST||is||6 pm in London|
|11 am PST||is||7 pm in London|
Current Time Zones in New South Wales
|Offset||Time Zone Abbreviation & Name||Current Time|
|UTC +9:30||ACST||Fri, 9:13:24 pm|
|UTC +10||AEST||Fri, 9:43:24 pm|
Times of sunrise and sunset in London on >
|Astronomical twilight begins||03:23:43|
|Nautical twilight begins||04:21:18|
|Dawn – civil twilight begins||05:09:13|
|Sun at its highest (transit)||13:04:57|