- International rail – Eurostar direct to Paris, Brussels and Lille
- National rail – two major rail termini (King’s Cross and St Pancras), and only 500 metres to a third (Euston)
- Underground – six tube lines – the biggest interchange on London Underground
- Air – London’s five international airports within the hour
- Bus – 14 bus routes
- Bike – planned 800 space bike interchange
National rail - the country's main transport hub
There are two major rail termini here - King's Cross and St Pancras. And with Euston Station just 500 metres away, the UK’s major cities are within easy reach.
|Birmingham||1 hr 22 mins|
|Nottingham||1 hr 44 mins|
|Manchester||2 hrs 7 mins|
|Sheffield||2 hrs 9 mins|
|Leeds||2 hrs 19 mins|
|Durham||2 hrs 40 mins|
|Newcastle||2 hrs 52 mins|
|Glasgow||4 hrs 31 mins|
|Edinburgh||4 hrs 23 mins|
Reaching London’s other principal mainline stations is easy from King’s Cross. Seven are reached directly by underground and the remaining three require only one change.
Commuter belts in Kent are served by Britain’s only high speed route High Speed 1. This 230kph service from St Pancras International has slashed travel times for commuters. Commuter areas such as Bedford, Luton and St Albans to the north and Seven Oaks, Croydon and Brighton to the south are served with direct services from National Rail.