What zone is central London?

Central London is zone 1, zone 2 is the ring around zone 1, zone 3 is the ring around 2 and so on. If you look at the zone map below it should make sense. *zones 7,8 and 9 cover a small area just outside North West London including Watford, Croxley Green, Rickmansworth, Amersham or Chalfont & Latimer.

What areas are Zone 1 and 2 in London?

Zone 1 covers all of Central London. Zone 2 encircles zone 1 and covers a large swathe of the inner London suburbs.

What are the 6 zones of London?

Principal fare zones

Zone Inner London Outside London
4 Greenwich, Lewisham Epping Forest (Essex)
5 Epping Forest (Essex), Epsom and Ewell (Surrey)
6 Elmbridge (Surrey), Epping Forest (Essex), Epsom and Ewell (Surrey), Hertsmere (Hertfordshire), Reigate and Banstead (Surrey), Tandridge (Surrey), Three Rivers (Hertfordshire)

What are the London zones 1 6?

When it comes to getting around, London is divided into ‘zones’ 1-6, with ‘Zone 1’ being the city centre and ‘Zone 6’ being the outskirts of the city. The system itself exists as a method for TfL (Transport for London) to calculate a customer’s travel distance and charge accordingly.

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Where is Zone 2 and 3 London?

Stratford (Tube, Overground, TfL Rail and National Rail), Stratford High Street (DLR), Stratford International (DLR and National Rail), West Ham, Canning Town, Star Lane and Abbey Road are all now officially in “Zone 2/3”.

What zone is Mayfair?

Fare zone 1 is the central zone of Transport for London’s zonal fare system used by the London Underground, London Overground, Docklands Light Railway and National Rail.

How do I know my zone in London?

London is divided into 1–9 zones*, but most of it fits into zones 1–6. Central London is zone 1, zone 2 is the ring around zone 1, zone 3 is the ring around 2 and so on. If you look at the zone map below it should make sense.

What area is Zone 5?

7 amazing places to live in Zone 5 of the London Underground map where house prices are way below average

  • Bromley. Bromley town centre isn’t a lovely clean place to hang out at all (Image: Grahame Larter) …
  • Barnet. …
  • Croydon. …
  • Twickenham. …
  • Chislehurst. …
  • Enfield. …
  • Wallington.

What areas are zone 3?

The top family areas in London Zone 3

  • 1) Wimbledon: the best area for families in London.
  • 2) Wandsworth: the best Zone 3 area for families in South-West London.
  • 3) Highgate: the best area for families in North London.

What zone is Heathrow?

However, Heathrow Airport is in Zone 6, and the daily cap for travel between Zones 1-6 is £12.50. Simply put, get yourself an Oyster Card upon arrival at Heathrow Airport.

What areas are Zone 2?

Download coordinates as: KML

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Station Local authority Managed by
Clapham South Wandsworth London Underground
Clapton Hackney London Overground
Crossharbour Tower Hamlets Docklands Light Railway
Cutty Sark Greenwich Docklands Light Railway

What zone is Brixton?

Brixton tube station

Brixton
Number of platforms 2
Accessible Yes
Fare zone 2
OSI Brixton

What area is Zone 4?

Download coordinates as: KML

Station Local authority Managed by
Bounds Green Haringey London Underground
Bowes Park Haringey Great Northern
Brentford Hounslow South Western Railway
Bromley North Bromley Southeastern

Is Woolwich going to zone 3?

Transport for London have rejected plans for re-zoning Woolwich Arsenal station from Zone 4 to Zone 3/4 when Crossrail arrives. A petition had been created to do so and local politicians had been supportive.

What areas are Zone 2 London?

Best places to live in Zone 2

  • Fulham, SW6. Fulham has three stations within Zone 2; Parsons Green and Fulham Broadway on the District Line and Imperial Wharf for the London Overground. …
  • Wapping, E1W. Wapping in East London is a highly desirable place to live. …
  • Hammersmith, W6. …
  • Clapham, SW4. …
  • Find a place to live in zone 2.

How do I know if I enter London congestion zone?

Can I check if I entered the Congestion Charge zone? You can check the Congestion Charge zone on the TFL website to find out exactly which areas of London are included in the zone and whether you’ve driven in them, in which case you’ll need to pay.