Thameslink services from London Bridge station link directly with Kings Cross/St. Pancras (for Eurostar), Luton Airport Parkway and Gatwick Airport.
Docklands Light Railway (DLR) trains run from Bank and Tower Gateway stations to all areas in east London including Canary Wharf, Greenwich, Docklands, London City Airport and Custom House for Excel exhibition centre.
See nationalrail.co.uk for service times and updates.
Northern Line (London Bridge & Monument) – direct link to Kings Cross, St Pancras (Eurostar International Station) and Euston stations and to all other Underground lines.
Circle Line (Tower Hill & Monument) – circles central London providing a direct link to Paddington, Victoria, Marylebone and Kings Cross stations and to all other Underground lines.
District Line (Tower Hill & Monument) – direct link to Victoria station and to all points west and east.
Jubilee Line (London Bridge) – the modern extension provides direct links to Waterloo station, the Docklands (including Canary Wharf), Stratford (London Olympics site) in the east end and Bond Street in the west end.
London Bridge bus station is a major terminus from all directions on the east side of London. Many central London buses link directly at London Bridge, Monument or Tower Hill. The RV1 bus linking Tower Hill to Covent Garden stops near many of the riverside cultural attractions.
More and more people are deciding to travel to and around London Bridge by bicycle, saving them both time and money while benefiting the environment and their health.
Santander Cycle Hire stands are located on Tooley St, Tower Bridge Rd, Snowsflields, Shad Thames and Southwark Street. See map here.
There are public stands to lock your bike to all along the southern side of Tooley Street, from opposite the Hilton Hotel to opposite Potters Fields Park. There is a small cycle park at London Bridge Station on Railway Approach. Both the station and Tooley St. have CCTV cameras although all bicycles are left at the owners own risk. (all parking stands mentioned do not provide locks)
Cycle lanes are provided along Borough High St. and Tooley St. to help cyclists on these busy roads. To find the best route for your journey use TfL’s journey planner service.
Cycling is not permitted on the London Bridge City estate which includes the river path in front of City Hall and The Scoop. A small bike stand is provided at the end of Weavers Lane on the north side of City Hall, NW corner of Potters Fields Park.
London Cycling Guides are provided by Transport for London and can be picked up from the enquires desk at London Bridge underground station, or from On Your Bike or Evans Cycles on Tooley Street. Alternatively visit www.tfl.gov.uk/modes/cycling to order or download a copy.
All major boat services visit the Pool of London section of the Thames at either Tower Pier, St. Katharine’s Pier or London Bridge City Pier.
East and west bound Uber Boat by Thames Clippers services visit London Bridge City Pier every 10-20mins.
See www.tfl.gov.uk for further details on bus, river and DLR services around the London Bridge area.
Car Parking facilities are available at the following sites:
The Minories, Mansell Street, EC3
Tower Hill, Lower Thames Street, opp Sugar Quay, EC3
Provided by the Corporation of London. Tel 0870 2417492
London Snowsfields, Kipling St, SE1 3RU
Provided by NCP. Tel 0870 242 7144
46-50 Gainsford St, SE1 2NY
Provided by Q Park. Tel 020 7407 1584
Coach drop off and pick up bays are available at English Grounds. Turn into Battlebridge Lane from Tooley Street. The coach bays provide a safe, riverside meeting place for groups close to HMS Belfast.
Coach parking is available at Tower Hill Coach Park, Lower Thames Street (open 24 hours and all year round). For more information see www.cityoflondon.gov.uk
For further information on coach parking in London visit – www.tfl.gov.uk/modes/coaches/
London Gatwick – 30 minutes direct link by surface rail train into London Bridge station.
Luton Airport – 45 minutes direct link by national rail into London Bridge station.