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Public transport in Havering

Public transport in the London Borough of Havering, in northeast London, England, is a mix of National Rail, London Underground and London Buses services. Rail services are primarily radial to central London with bus services providing most of the orbital connections. The public transport authority is Transport for London and the local authority is Havering London Borough Council.

Railways

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Elm Park
Stations: London Underground (red), National Rail (blue) and joint (green)

Several railway lines cross the borough running radial to central London. The Great Eastern Main Line has stations at Romford, Gidea Park and Harold Wood, with high frequency Greater Anglia services originating at the central London terminal at Liverpool Street. The London, Tilbury and Southend Railway, with services operated by c2c, crosses the borough in two places with stations at Rainham and Upminster, and splits into a further branch east of Upminster. The central London terminal for c2c services is at Fenchurch Street. Both lines provide connections to stations in Barking and Dagenham, Newham, Tower Hamlets and the City of London. A rail journey from Upminster to Rainham requires a change of trains at either Barking or Grays, outside the borough. The Romford to Upminster Line is entirely contained within the borough and has one intermediate station at Emerson Park. The District line of the London Underground has stations at Elm Park, Hornchurch, Upminster and Upminster Bridge. All stations in Havering are in London fare zone 6.

Station Manager Category Fare zone Coordinates
Elm Park London Underground n/a 6 N|0.1977|E|region:GB name=Elm Park

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Emerson Park Greater Anglia F 6 N|0.2204|E|region:GB name=Emerson Park

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Gidea Park Greater Anglia C 6 N|0.2063|E|region:GB name=Gidea Park

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Harold Wood Greater Anglia C 6 N|0.2343|E|region:GB name=Harold Wood

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Hornchurch London Underground n/a 6 N|0.2188|E|region:GB name=Hornchurch

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Rainham c2c C 6 N|0.1905|E|region:GB name=Rainham

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Romford Greater Anglia C 6 N|0.1827|E|region:GB name=Romford

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Upminster c2c C 6 N|0.2509|E|region:GB name=Upminster

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Upminster Bridge London Underground n/a 6 N|0.2341|E|region:GB name=Upminster Bridge

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Bus routes

There are two main radial bus routes in the borough—the 5 and 86—which connect Romford with the hubs of Stratford and Canning Town bus stations in the west of Newham. Both have corresponding night bus routes (the N15 and the N86) which are extensions of these routes (to Paddington and to Harold Hill respectively). Direct bus services to central London only operate at night. A large number of routes are entirely contained within the borough, with the majority acting as feeder services to the hub at Romford,[1] although some routes serve smaller centres such as Hornchurch and Upminster. Route 66 provides a connection between Romford and stations on the Central line.

The neighbouring borough of Barking and Dagenham has high levels of connectivity with Havering, as does Redbridge. There are direct services to parts of Newham and Waltham Forest. There are no connecting services with the neighbouring borough of Bexley, as it is cut off by the Thames with no directly connecting bridges or tunnels. There are low frequency cross-boundary services with Brentwood, Epping Forest and Thurrock in Essex. Of these, the 370 and 372 both connect the borough with Lakeside Shopping Centre.

Walking

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Havering is on the route of the London Outer Orbital Path, with sections 20 to 24 entirely or partly within the borough.[2]

Proposed developments

The south of the borough is within the London Riverside regeneration area, where demand for public transport is expected to rise. Havering London Borough Council supports the construction of a new station at Beam Reach, the extension of the East London Transit from Dagenham Dock to Rainham[3] and the proposed Docklands Light Railway extension to Dagenham Dock.[4] These aspirations are shared by the London Thames Gateway Development Corporation who are the planning authority in the designated area of the borough.[5] Of these proposals only the extension of the DLR to Dagenham Dock forms part of the 2009 draft transport strategy of the Mayor of London.[6]

References

External links

  • North East London Bus Map
  • Havering Local Implementation Plan 2005
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