Comprehensive road networks provide links with Central London, the A11, A12, A13, M11 and M25. There are also 5,000 parking spaces located above and below the retail levels, as well as taxi drop-off points. Car park A is located directly next to John Lewis.
Directions to Westfield Stratford City:
North from the M25 & M11 via the A12
East from the North Circular (A408) via the A124South from the A13 & A102 via the A12West from the A11
At Stratford Regional Station, the Northern Ticket Hall has a direct connection to the Central and Jubilee Lines.
Westfield Stratford City also connects to London Overground and the DLR. It's just 8 minutes to Liverpool Street, and 13 minutes to Canary Wharf.
The Central Line links to the north east to Epping & to the west to Ealing, via London.
The Jubilee Line routes through London via Canary Wharf, London Bridge & Waterloo.
London Overground services operate on the North London Line from Stratford Regional station, which serves as the service terminus.
It operates on the following routes:Watford Junction to EustonRichmond/Clapham Junction to StratfordGospel Oak to BarkingHighbury & Islington to Crystal Palace, West Croydon and New Cross
By National Rail
58 trains per hour stop at Westfield Stratford City's two railway stations. This includes high-speed services from Stratford International, connecting you directly to London St Pancras (for the Eurostar) and stations in Kent via the high speed rail line HS1 (High-Speed 1). Meanwhile, Stratford Regional Station provides East Anglia and c2c routes around the southeast.
The new bus interchange, built for the launch of Westfield Stratford City, connects the neighbouring boroughs of Newham, Leyton, Hackney and Tower Hamlets via the 97, 241, 339 and D8 buses. It will house a number of bus routes, along with a number of new bus stops on Station Avenue.