Transport Within Kingston Upon Thames
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There is no tube station in Kingston, but it is home to the overground, with stations in Kingston, Hampton Wick and Norbiton; Waterloo is roughly 25-to-30-minutes away and there are roughly four trains an hour. There are regular trains to Richmond and Wimbledon. There are around 40 bus routes, with up to 8 night services. The A3 road is close by and there is an abundance of parking in the area should you own a car. Kingston is in Zone 5. Many university students choose cycling as their mode of transport.
Kingston upon Thames Stations and Bus Services
Kingston’s main bus station is located just a little way from Kingston train station, the following are the buses either offering a 24-hour service or night service: 57, 65, 85, 111, 21, 281, 285 and N87, the buses main pick up is on Cromwell Road.
There are minicab kiosks that operate in Kingston upon Thames between the hours of 11:30 pm and 5:30 am, the kiosks operate on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights, and there are three marshals who assist people getting home safely.