- 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 – over 400 public bike spaces are available on site
There are direct services to Heathrow, Gatwick and Luton airports
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King’s Cross is the best connected location in Europe
The King’s Cross St Pancras transport hub links six London Underground lines with two national mainline train stations and international high speed rail. London’s five international airports are within an hour. And Euston Station – with service to Manchester, Liverpool and Birmingham – is a five minute walk.
Add 14 bus lines and a planned 800 space bike interchange, and you have a location that’s unrivalled for connections – locally, nationally and internationally.
One of the aims of the masterplan is to open up the site for public access after a long history of enclosure as Railway Lands.
The construction process has necessarily restricted access to active building sites and haul roads for safety reasons.
However as sites are completed there is the opportunity to open up routes to the public.
This process was started with the opening of King's Boulevard in 2011 and this now forms part of a north/south route through the site joining York Way with the mainline railway stations.
In addition the steps by Granary Square supplement the existing access to the Regent’s Canal towpath at Maiden Lane bridge on York Way.
As further elements of the public realm (including 2 new bridges across the Regent’s Canal) are completed the network will be extended and publicised on-line, on maps and on other forms of way finding.
A plan of the existing public access routes can be downloaded here
National Rail EnquiriesT: 08457 48 49 50
BusKing's Cross is reached by 14 bus routes.
The routes are numbers 10, 17, 30, 45, 46, 59, 63, 73, 91, 205, 214, 259, 390 and 476.
For an interactive map of their destinations click here