Travel in London
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|Always use a booked and licensed minicab, taxi, Night bus or the Tube to get home.|
This service is provided by Transport for London and therefore should be reliable.
Text CAB to 60835* and we’ll use GPS to text your two nearest minicab numbers and one taxi (black cab) number.
|Purchase a ticket that allows you to travel on Trains, Busses, Underground Trains (Subway), Trams and Docklands Light Railway.||London Underground, London Buses, National Rail Trains, (DLR) The Docklands Light Railway, Tramlink and Travelcard holders also receive a 33% discount on London River Services.|
|TfL’s Interactive Map integrates bus, tram, river and DLR (The Docklands Light Railway) information with the familiar London Underground Network. Check which bus routes serve specific Tube stations and whether the stations have facilities for cycles or taxi ranks. The map integrates accessibility information about the Tube and bus networks for people with wheelchairs and has Central London local information covering places of interest. Access timetable information for Tube and DLR services and check the real-time status at a glance.This site is available in three formats:|
|Ticket sales and Train Timetables||Formerly known as South West Trains until 2017.|
|Save on London train travel with Oyster||http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/news/travel/2010/01/save-on-london-train-travel-with-oyster|