Leyton Midland Road to Raynes Park - travel by train, bus and rail

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    We are committed to helping London's schools remain open and operate safely and to help this we will be adding over 200 extra buses to our network from Monday 8 March. We will also be prioritising some of our bus services for school travel from this date. Government guidance allows for all seats to be occupied on these 'school services', doubling their capacity, which is currently limited due to necessary social distancing. These 'school services' will be clearly signed and will operate on several key routes between 0730-0900 (some routes will run until 0930) and 1430-1630 on weekdays. On designated routes 'school services' will operate on an every other bus basis. We ask that schoolchildren travelling without adults use the designated 'school services' where these are provided, to help ensure space for customers on other services.

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      Travel disruption notes

      We are committed to helping London's schools remain open and operate safely and to help this we will be adding over 200 extra buses to our network from Monday 8 March. We will also be prioritising some of our bus services for school travel from this date. Government guidance allows for all seats to be occupied on these 'school services', doubling their capacity, which is currently limited due to necessary social distancing. These 'school services' will be clearly signed and will operate on several key routes between 0730-0900 (some routes will run until 0930) and 1430-1630 on weekdays. On designated routes 'school services' will operate on an every other bus basis. We ask that schoolchildren travelling without adults use the designated 'school services' where these are provided, to help ensure space for customers on other services.

      SOUTHWARK BRIDGE ROAD: From 06:00 to 22:00 on the weekends of 10-11 April and 17-18 April, route 344 is on diversion due to a crane operation. Buses towards Vauxhall will miss the stops Queen Street Place and Southwark Bridge/Bankside Pier. Use the stops Fenchurch Street or Southwark Street. Buses are diverted via London Bridge and Southwark Street.

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        Wimbledon: No Step Free Access - Step free access is not available to the District line due to a faulty lift. Call us on 0343 222 1234 if you need help planning your journey.

        SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY: Sunday 18 April, no service between Clapham Junction and Epsom / Chessington South / Effingham Junction / Byfleet & New Haw / Hampton Court / Fulwell / Strawberry Hill. Shepperton services and Woking stopping trains are diverted via Richmond. Some long distance services start at Woking. Replacement buses operate.

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          Travel disruption notes

          We are committed to helping London's schools remain open and operate safely and to help this we will be adding over 200 extra buses to our network from Monday 8 March. We will also be prioritising some of our bus services for school travel from this date. Government guidance allows for all seats to be occupied on these 'school services', doubling their capacity, which is currently limited due to necessary social distancing. These 'school services' will be clearly signed and will operate on several key routes between 0730-0900 (some routes will run until 0930) and 1430-1630 on weekdays. On designated routes 'school services' will operate on an every other bus basis. We ask that schoolchildren travelling without adults use the designated 'school services' where these are provided, to help ensure space for customers on other services.

          WIMBLEDON HILL ROAD: Routes 57 and 131 are on diversion due to a road traffic collision. Buses towards Kingston will miss stops from Wimbledon Station to Pepys Road. Use the stops Wimbledon Bus Station or Raynes Park Station. Buses are diverted via Hartfield Road and Kingston Road.

          Wimbledon: No Step Free Access - Step free access is not available to the District line due to a faulty lift. Call us on 0343 222 1234 if you need help planning your journey.

          SOUTH WESTERN RAILWAY: Sunday 18 April, no service between Clapham Junction and Epsom / Chessington South / Effingham Junction / Byfleet & New Haw / Hampton Court / Fulwell / Strawberry Hill. Shepperton services and Woking stopping trains are diverted via Richmond. Some long distance services start at Woking. Replacement buses operate.

          Buses

          Average journey time: 3 hours 22 mins

          Cycle

          Average journey time: 1 hour 49 mins

          Travel ticket costs

          Tube tickets for a tube trip between Leyton Midland Road and Raynes Park cost from £1000 to £0


          Return journey: Raynes Park to Leyton Midland Road

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          The average journey between Leyton Midland Road and Raynes Park by train is 00 mins

          There are Covid related travel restrictions in place at the moment, and while travel is permitted, people are asked to minimise travel and stay local as much as possible. Face masks are mandatory on public transport.

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