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TfL has a tool that works out how long it takes to travel to anywhere in London

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Move over Citymapper, because TfL has stepped its game up with a feature that lets you map journey times to anywhere in London. It's called WebCAT, but has nothing to do with cats and everything to do with maps. On first glance, you might think you've stumbled into the wrong place because it's placed under the distinctly unglamorous-sounding 'urban planning and construction' tab, because it's used for planners to look at how well areas are connected when planning new buildings. But before you completely switch off, it's actually a surprisingly useable tool. You can choose to view the map by access level, which rates locations by their distance from public transport services. Or you can search by time mapping, which shows how far you can travel in a set amount of time and you can filter your search by transport mode, time of day and direction. You can also look ahead to what London's transport network might look like in 2021 and 2031, if you fancy a bit of crystal ball-gazing. It's a pretty handy feature if you're moving house or office and want a quick overview of how long it will take to get to all your favourite spots, or if you're trying to work out if the trek to your mate's house in Tooting is really worth the effort. Plus, all the colour coding makes it look real pretty. Good job, TfL.

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Citymapper is the most comprehensive public transport planning app for London.

It’s available online or as a free app for ios or android . The online version is now rather limited. The app is much better.

The route planner shows all transport options including cycling, walking and local trains.

The adult Pay as you go Oyster card/contactless fares for each journey are also shown. This make it easy to find the cheapest route.

Transport for London’s TfL Go app is a sleek design and easy to use . It’s the easiest app to find and live departures for underground trains and buses.

It also has a route planner showing options for

  • fastest route
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Select ‘Status’ for delay information. You are then able to see if there are any problems on a particular train or underground line.

It defaults to an excellent live tube map, which finds your closest tube station. Click on the underground station, then the name of the station to get the times of the next tube trains.

Click on ‘bus stops’ to see times of the next buses from bus stops near you.

Unfortunately, it doesn’t give fare information. But it’s recommended if you don’t need to know the fare.

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Transport for London’s online Journey Planner shows the quickest way from A to B.

It’s possible to choose bus/tube/train only routes. It also gives you the Pay as you go Oyster peak/contactless and off-peak fares.

Do bear in mind that the default is the quickest route, which is not always the cheapest. For example, to Heathrow Airport:

  • under ‘Edit preferences’ deselect ‘National Rail’ to exclude the expensive Heathrow Express train.
  • Deselect ‘Elizabeth line’ if you want to exclude that as well.

Early morning or late-night journeys

To be somewhere at a specific time, especially if it’s in the morning or late at night, use the TfL Journey Planner

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Are you looking to see where you can live and still have a reasonable commute to work? 

With the rise in hybrid working , many people now have greater flexibility as to how often they commute to work. As a result, many workers are looking to relocate to areas that are still within a good commute time to work. 

With our TravelTime app, you can create a travel time map to see where you can live within your ideal commute time by any mode of transport.

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You can use our TravelTime app to find areas where you can live and still have a reasonable commute. Check out our examples below. 

Note: We’ve used a London commute time map but you can create your own map for the US, Canada, Australia, Europe and much of Asia and South America. Check out our full list of supported countries here .

To see where’s best to start your property search, first enter your work location and your preferred maximum commute time. Here, we’ve picked a 30-minute commute time.

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You can also edit your transport mode of choice. We’ve chosen public transport, which will include any areas reachable by public transport within that commute time. 

The tool includes a range of transport options: you can switch to walking, cycling, driving or combine driving and train.  This then shows you a map of everywhere you can reach within your criteria:

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It’s also possible to combine multiple commute times and transport modes to see whether there are overlapping areas that can be reached.

Here’s an example of all the areas within a 30-minute public transport commute (blue) and a 45-minute cycling commute (pink) from Farringdon in London.

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If you have to drive to a train station and then take a train to complete your commute, you can use the TravelTime app to search based on this too.

Simply enter your criteria and choose the Driving + Train option:

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The app also takes into account the time of day you're travelling. This is because your commutable area will change depending on when you need to arrive at work. 

The map below shows where's reachable if you were to arrive at your workplace at 9 am:

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We've switched this to arrive at 9 pm to see how the commute area changes for nightshift workers:

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  Comparing the two shapes, you'll see that there are a few differences in the areas that can be reached:

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If you’re a developer, you can create your own commute time application with the TravelTime API. You can use this to help users see where they can live based on their commute time to work.  

For example, estate agency, Foxtons, uses the TravelTime API to calculate travel times and help users find where they can live based on their commute time to work:

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You can sign up for a free TravelTime API key here .

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Zoopla’s commute time property search.

  Zoopla’s travel time search tool , powered by the TravelTime API, is designed to help you find properties within your ideal commute time for work. For example, if you work near Leicester Square Station, you can search for properties that are within a specific travel time from there.

You can search by driving, walking, train and bus, and see results in a list or map view.   

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‍ Rightmove’s property search  

Rightmove has also developed an app that lets you find where to live based on proximity to work, family and friends or another location. 

Using the TravelTime API, the app allows you to enter the addresses of multiple locations you want to be near, as well as your maximum travel time and transport mode for each. It then calculates the travel times between the locations to determine which properties fall within your maximum journey time.

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You can then see an interactive map of the locations that fit your search:

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Design your own tube network  

Using the TravelTime API, analysis by the New Statesman found that the Elizabeth Line in London will mean shorter commutes for one in four Londoners.

You can use their interactive tool to design a new layout for the London Underground from scratch and see how it compares using real data on Londoners’ commuting patterns.

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If you’re looking for where to live, you can use the TravelTime app to see where is best to live based on your preferred commute time.

For developers, you can add this commute time functionality to your website or app to let users see where they can live based on their commuting preferences. To learn more, check out our documentation or sign up for a free API key . 

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London Tube Fares 2024

Transport fares vary depending on when and where you travel, and on the payment method you choose.

Time of the day:

If you travel during peak hours, costs will be more expensive than during off-peak hours. Peak hours are Monday to Friday, between 6:30 am to 9:30 am, and between 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm, except on public holidays.

Ticket type:

  • Paper ticket or cash ticket: Single tickets cost between £6.70 and £9.80 . 
  • Pay-as-you-go (PAYG) or contactless payment methods:  By using an Oyster card, which is a prepaid or contactless option, you can save significant money on each journey. For example, if you use it in Zone 1, your ticket will cost less than half the price of a paper ticket. It is worth learning more about this money-saving payment option; see below for more information.

Distance between stations:  

When you are in front of the ticket machine, first you must choose the zones you will be travelling through in the next few days.  If you are a tourist, you will usually travel within zones 1 and 2. Our suggestion is to select this option because it is where you will find the most famous attractions in London.

Another tip is to add enough credit for 3 days' travel, for example for a family of two adults and two kids: £20 per adult and £10 per child under 15.

Children under 15 are eligible for discounts and free travel. Children aged 5 to 15 pay half the adult fare, while those under 5 travel for free. To access these discounts, ask for assistance at the station; TfL staff will help you.

You must scan your card or ticket at the ticket barrier's reader upon both entering and exiting the Tube platforms.

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When travelling in London, using a prepaid card such as an Oyster Card or Travelcard is the savvy way to go. Not only do these cards offer cheaper fares compared to paying with cash, but they also come with daily spending limits to help you save even more.

The Oyster Card, costing just £5, can be ordered online and sent directly to your home before you arrive in London. Once you have it, you can top it up with as much credit as you need. This credit doesn't expire – it's yours to use whenever you're in London. Travel on the Tube, buses, and other TfL services becomes more cost-effective, thanks to the daily caps on spending. For example, if you hit the daily cap of £8.50 with an Oyster Card, you won't pay a penny more for any additional trips that day.

Remember, if you don't use all your credit, you can easily get a refund for up to £10 at any ticket machine – although the initial £5 cost for the card itself isn't refundable. The card is reusable for your next visit, though!

And if you prefer to travel light, you can tap in with a contactless bank card. Just keep an eye on any potential bank charges. Similar to the Oyster or Travelcard, contactless bank cards also benefit from a daily cap on charges, ensuring you don’t spend more than a set amount each day, regardless of how many trips you make.

Here are the tables that outline the fare caps and Travelcard prices:

Pay as you go (PAYG) caps: For trips on the Tube, DLR, London Overground, TfL Rail, and National Rail, there are daily and weekly spending caps that apply.

Travelcards: These cards give you unlimited travel within the chosen zones and are available for different lengths of time.

We highly recommend using a card when travelling around London – it's cheaper than cash and caps your daily spend. Grab an Oyster Card or a Travelcard for just £5. They're both prepaid, which means you can add money to them and only pay for the travel you use.

Before you come to London, you can buy an Oyster Card online and have it sent to your home. It's a durable card that never expires, ready for your next London adventure.

In addition to the Oyster Card, the Travelcard is an excellent option for those planning to make extensive use of public transport. You can purchase a Travelcard for periods of 7 days, a month, or even a year, making it ideal for regular visitors or residents of London. Unlike the Oyster Card, which charges per trip up to a daily cap, the Travelcard allows you unlimited travel within the zones you have selected, without concern for the number of trips you make.

For added convenience, both the Oyster Card and Travelcard can be topped up online, at ticket vending machines, or at any London train or Tube station. With these cards, you can fully enjoy all that London has to offer, moving around the city efficiently and cost-effectively.

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How much do young children pay on London transport?

  • Children under 5 travel free with a fare paying adult.
  • Children aged 5 to 10 travel free on buses and trams with an Oyster card, no ticket needed.
  • Children aged 11 to 15 can receive the following benefit through an Oyster card: 50% off adult-rate pay-as-you-go fares and daily caps on a bus, Tube, tram, DLR, London Overground, Elizabeth line, National Rail services, and London Cable Car.

For more information on discounts, visit the official transport website . Tourists should note that the Oyster Card can be bought online before travelling to London and be delivered to their home address. The card costs £5. Then you decide how much credit you want to top it up with. This prepaid card has no expiry date.

Where can I find precise information for the rest of the fares and tickets?

  • You can find detailed information on all fares and tickets in the official announcement regarding the March 2024 prices, available at this link: www.london.gov.uk/media/104143/download .

If you notice any errors on this website or have any suggestions, please use our contact form , and we will try to solve the problem as soon as possible.

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Rail and Tube strikes in April and May 2024: Full list of dates and lines affected as Underground and train drivers walk out

One of the Tube strike days also coincides with a planned rail strike. Here's everything you need to know.

Monday 25 March 2024 09:49, UK

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Tube services will be disrupted in April and May as drivers stage two 24-hour strikes.

Drivers who are members of ASLEF, the train drivers' union which represents 96% of train drivers in Britain, will walk out from their roles on the London Underground over pay and conditions.

They will strike on:

Monday 8 April

Saturday 4 May

Rail strikes also taking place

Drivers at 16 rail companies are also going to stage a fresh wave of strikes, plus a six-day overtime ban, their union ASLEF announced.

Both strikes are part of a long-running dispute.

The rail strikes will take place on:

Friday 5 April

Strikes will affect Avanti West Coast, East Midlands Railway, West Midlands Trains, and CrossCountry.

Saturday 6 April

Strikes will affect Chiltern, GWR, LNER, Northern, and TransPennine Trains.

Strikes will affect Greater Anglia, c2c, GTR Great Northern Thameslink, Southeastern, Southern/Gatwick Express, South Western Railway main line and depot drivers, and SWR Island Line.

Members will also refuse to work their rest days from Thursday 4 to Saturday 6 April and from Monday 8 to Tuesday 9 April .

Why are the strikes happening?

Finn Brennan, ASLEF's full-time organiser on the London Underground, said in a statement: "ASLEF Tube train drivers will strike in April and May in a long-running dispute over London Underground's failure to give assurances that changes to our members' terms and conditions will not be imposed without agreement and that all existing agreements will be honoured.

"Despite a previous commitment to withdraw plans for massive changes to drivers' working conditions, London Underground management has established a full-time team of managers preparing to impose their plans.

"They want drivers to work longer shifts, spending up to 25% more time in the cab, and to remove all current working agreements in the name of 'flexibility and efficiency'.

"Everyone knows what these management buzz words really mean. It's about getting people to work harder and longer for less.

"Management has also failed to deliver on commitments given to us on making drivers' cabs secure, on police numbers on Night Tube and on training.

"Our members simply don't believe what LU management tells them anymore. ASLEF are, as always, ready to talk, but we want to see real action from management - not easily broken promises."

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Transport for London (TfL) said in a statement: "We have been in long-term discussions with our trade union colleagues on how to modernise procedures and processes on London Underground to improve the experience both for staff and customers.

"We have no plans to impose these changes and have committed to no one losing their job as part of these changes, and we have engaged with our unions to demonstrate that no change will be made that compromises our steadfast commitment to safety on the Tube network.

"We urge ASLEF to continue discussions with us so that disruption for Londoners can be averted."

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Mick Whelan, ASLEF general secretary, added on the rail strikes: "Last month, when we announced renewed mandates for industrial action, because under the Tories' draconian anti-union laws we have to ballot our members every six months, we called on the train companies, and the government, to come to the table for meaningful talks to negotiate a new pay deal for train drivers who have not had an increase in salary since 2019.

"Our members voted overwhelmingly - yet again - for strike action."

A Rail Delivery Group spokesperson said: "Nobody wins when industrial action impacts people's lives and livelihoods, and we will work hard to minimise any disruption to our passengers.

"We want to resolve this dispute, but the ASLEF leadership need to recognise that hard-pressed taxpayers are continuing to contribute an extra £54m a week just to keep services running post-COVID.

"We continue to seek an agreement with the ASLEF leadership and remain open to talks to find a solution to this dispute."

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Tube strikes 2024: Everything you need to know as Aslef announces walkouts next month

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Commuters in London face yet more transport chaos in April and May. Train drivers on the London Underground will walk out in a long-running dispute over terms and conditions.

The Aslef union, which represents nine out of 10 Tube train drivers, has called strikes on the London Underground on Monday 8 April and Saturday 4 May.

The industrial action is likely to bring the network to a halt.

Going places? The train drivers’ union, Aslef, has called strikes on the London Underground on Monday 8 April and Saturday 4 May

Finn Brennan, Aslef’s full-time organiser for the Tube, blamed the walk-out on what he said was the employer’s “failure to give assurances that changes to our members’ terms and conditions will not be imposed without agreement and that all existing agreements will be honoured”.

He said: “They want drivers to work longer shifts, spending up to 25 per cent more time in the cab, and to remove all current working agreements in the name of ‘flexibility and efficiency’.”

“Everyone knows what these management buzz words really mean. It’s about getting people to work harder and longer for less. “

Members of Aslef working for London Underground voted by more than 98 per cent in favour of strike action on a turnout of over 70 per cent.

These are the second and third days of action on the same issue. A one-day strike in March last year resulted in the closure of almost all the Tube network.

The strike does not involve train drivers on the Elizabeth Line, who are covered by a separate agreement. Services on London Overground and the Docklands Light Railway should also run as normal, though with crowding expected.

A Transport for London spokesperson said: “We have been in long-term discussions with our trade union colleagues on how to modernise procedures and processes on London Underground to improve the experience both for staff and customers.

“We have no plans to impose these changes and have committed to no one losing their job as part of these changes, and we have engaged with our unions to demonstrate that no change will be made that compromises our steadfast commitment to safety on the Tube network.

“We urge Aslef to continue discussions with us so that disruption for Londoners can be averted.”

The Tube action is not connected with the wider Aslef dispute with 14 National Rail train operators over pay and conditions. There is still no sign of a resolution to that dispute, with further strikes called in April.

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  12. Driving Time Calculator

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  13. Timetables

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  15. London Tube Guide and Route Planner 4+

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  16. Travel Time Calculator

    Travelmath provides an online travel time calculator to help you figure out flight and driving times. You can compare the results to see the effect on the total duration of your trip. Usually, the flight time will be shorter, but if the destination is close, the driving time can still be reasonable. Another popular tool is the time difference ...

  17. Tube Fare Calculator

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  19. London tube fares 2024, ticket prices updated

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  21. Rail and Tube strikes in April and May 2024: Full list of dates and

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  22. Find fares

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  25. Londoners are advised to check before they travel over the Easter

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