Transport Within Stratford
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The Docklands Light Railway, Southeastern trains and the underground trains service Stratford, with stations at various points throughout the area. Stratford boasts incredible transport links; it is easy to reach St Pancreas on the Southeastern trains from Stratford International, where you can continue to Paris or Brussels. Take the Docklands Light Railway to Canary Wharf, it is also easy to reach Oxford Street and Liverpool Street from Stratford, both of the stations here are situated in Zone 3. There are excellent bus links, and it is close proximity to the A40 and A3220. The area is largely pedestrian friendly and there are a number of Boris bike docking stations in the vicinity.
Stratford Stations and Bus Services
The following tube stations are in the area: West Ham, which is serviced by the Jubilee line and Hammersmith and City line. Pudding Mill Lane, Bow Church Station and Devon’s Road Station all serviced by the DLR. Stratford is serviced by the Jubilee, DLR, and Central line, and Stratford International is serviced by the Southeastern train, and Bromley by Bow and Plaistow by Hammersmith and City and the District line.
From Stratford Bus station you can get the National Express coaches to various destinations across the UK, as well as buses that service London, including the numbers 31, 49, 207, 237, 260 and 607 to Shepherd’s Bush.