London Transport

London Transport

Our Kickstart London package provides you with the best possible start to living and working in the UK including, UK Bank Account, Free Money Transfer, NI (National Insurance) advice and more!


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The main modes of transport in London for non-English people are the tube (the underground), the overground train and the bus. Although these all may seem a little daunting at first, London transport is actually very easy to understand. There are free maps everywhere and attendants willing to answer your questions. The tube map is colour coded so that if you can't remember the name of the line, you can remember the colour. You can buy daily, weekly, monthly and yearly tickets. These tickets hold more value for longer tickets, so if you use public transport everyday it is better to buy a longer ticket. There are 6 zones in London Underground and you can buy tickets that cover these separate zones. The transport for London site is one the most helpful sites around and is printed on all tube maps- www.tfl.gov.uk

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