Travelling by rail/tube
Stratford is a key transport hub for London, with 150 tube stations having direct access and the remainder within just one interchange. With nine rail links and 200 trains an hour at peak times, Stratford is busier than London Victoria or Waterloo.
Stratford International Station is served by the UK's only high-speed domestic commuter line, High-Speed 1, offering a 7-minute direct journey to London St Pancras, for connections with Eurostar, and direct connections from Stratford International to stations in Kent.
Stratford Regional Station is served by the Central and Jubilee Lines, and also provides regular Overground services to Liverpool Street, East Anglia and other routes around the southeast.
Docklands Light Rail (DLR) stops at both Stratford Regional Station and Stratford International, providing direct links to Canary Wharf and London City Airport.