TRAVEL



CONNECTED TO
THE CITY
AND BEYOND


74

Tubes
an hour

43

Cycle
routes

2

DLR
stations

17

Bus
routes

195

Trains
per hour

TAKE THE EASY ROUTE
INTO THE CITY

Whether you like to travel by bus, train, tube or bike, Stratford is exceptionally well connected.

Stratford is one of the best-connected areas in London. Stratford Station is served by the Jubilee and Central underground lines, the Docklands Light Railway and mainline trains on the Liverpool Street to Norwich route. You can be in central London within minutes and also quickly reach towns and cities in Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk and Kent.

Stratford International offers high-speed trains that can take you to St. Pancras in 7 minutes and link you to services via the Channel Tunnel. From 2018, Crossrail services will also begin serving the local station, giving you access to the much heralded east-west transport link across London. From then, you will be able reach Bond Street in 15 minutes, Canary Wharf in 8 minutes and Heathrow airport in only 43 minutes.

From December 2018, Stratford Station becomes part of the brand-new Crossrail network, linking the area with fast east-west services through central London and slashing journey times to popular destinations such as Canary Wharf, Paddington, Bond Street and Heathrow Airport.