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Moovit is updating our transport data in order to provide you with accurate information on Coronavirus-related service changes. You should only travel on public transport where necessary and for essential journeys. Before you travel, consider if your journey is necessary and…Show more
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Service Information Moovit is ensuring that our data is updated so that those needing to travel are provided with accurate information. The government’s advice is not to travel unless your journey is absolutely necessary. If you do travel,…Show more
Tube, DLR, Overground, Tfl Rail Jubilee Line Saturday 14, from 0100, and all day Sunday 15 March, no service between Waterloo and Stanmore. Replacement buses operate. Metropolitan Line Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 March, no service between Harrow-on-the-Hill…Show more
You can also get around London by Taxi. Uber is available in London.
Try using shared mobility for a faster commute in London: Drive-Now, Cycle Hire, Nextbike, Santander Cycles, Santander Cycles MK, Mobike, Donkey Republic, Bird, Lime, Drivy, Zipcar and Santander Cycles Brunel
Travelling around London has never been so easy. See step by step directions as you travel to any attraction, street or major public transport station. View bus and train timetables, arrival times, service alerts and detailed routes on a map, so you know exactly how to get to anywhere in London.
When travelling to any destination around London use Moovit's Live Directions with Get Off Notifications to know exactly where and how far to walk, how long to wait for your line , and how many stops are left. Moovit will alert you when it’s time to get off — no need to constantly re-check whether yours is the next stop.
Curious to know how the commute in London compares to cities across the world? The Moovit Public Transport Index shows facts and statistics about public transport usage in over 150 cities. Find the average commute and wait time for riders, the distance people travel to get to work with public transit and the average distance people in London walk each day. See which Train, Tramlink, Bus, Tube and stations are the most popular in London, and more!
London has 4 transport type(s), including: Train, Tramlink, Bus, Tube, operated by several transport agencies, including London Underground, Transport for London, London Tramlink, National Rail, London Buses, Emirates, Luton Airport Shuttle, Stagecoach, Reading Buses, Oxford Bus Company, Brighton & Hove, Arriva, SE Buses, Centrebus, Uno, Courtney Buses, Arriva Beds and Bucks, Carousel Buses, Other Operators, Arriva Herts and Essex, Compass Travel, First Berkshire & The Thames Valley, Stagecoach Oxfordshire, easyBus, First Essex, Arriva Kent Thameside, Stephensons of Essex, London River Services, Thames Travel