Thames Clippers launches Putney service
Next month sees Thames Clippers begin a service from Blackfriars to Putney.
The company, which also runs boats from central London to Canary Wharf and North Greenwich, last year won a five-year contract from Transport for London to operate the west London service.
It means Thames Clippers will now stop at 19 stations along the river, with boats running from Putney to Blackfriars in 39 minutes.
It will give west Londoners the option to have one change from Canary Wharf to home.
Sean Collins, founder and managing director of Thames Clippers, said: "Passengers will have access to a significant increase in weekday services and with improved integration to the wider transport network across the capital.
"We are committed to working with TfL to ensure that more people than ever before utilise the river as a mode of transport."
New stops are at Wandsworth Riverside, Chelsea Harbour and Cadogan Pier.
The new service begins on April 2.