Getting to, from and around Bexley
Bexley is served by three train lines which cross the borough. Services travel to and from London into Charing Cross, Cannon Street, London Bridge and Waterloo East. There is also an occasional service to and from London Victoria.
There are also frequent services to and from Kent operated by South Eastern railways. Services also link to Ebbsfleet and Ashford International Stations making access to and from mainland Europe (via Eurostar) relatively straightforward.
For more information about train services to and from London follow the Transport for London webpage under Related Links. For information about travelling into Kent follow the Southeastern webpage and for information about travelling by train from further afield visit the National Rail Enquiries website.
The main roads through Bexley are the A2 and A20 which connect London to Kent. Both roads can also be accessed from the M25 at junctions 2 and 3 respectively.
The bus network connects the whole of Bexley and link to both London and the South East. For more information about local buses and travel throughout Bexley simply visit the Transport for London webpage under Related Links.
There are a host of walks available across Bexley, through some unusual and attractive surroundings. Particularly recommended are paths through Joydens Wood and the Cray riverside walks which pass through the picturesque Cray Valley. For more information follow the Walks in and around Bexley webpage under Related Articles.
Transport for London
For information on any of your travel needs right across London including Bexley, simply visit the TfL website under Related Links. Here you will be able to find details for buses, underground and Docklands Light Railway as well as trams, trains and even river services. TfL also provide a free-to-use 'Journey Planner' to make sure that you can get to and from where you want to go.