A journey to the Canary Wharf of old used to be best served by car, but its very different now. How else do over 100,000 workers manage to get here every day for work?


Tube: The Jubilee Line serves central Canary Wharf, with passengers disembarking into the magnificent Foster + Partners building.

DLR: However, Canary Wharf and the Isle of Dogs is very well served by the DLR, with stations at Canary Wharf, Heron Quays, South Quay, Crossharbour, Mudchute, Island Gardens, West India Quay and Poplar.

River: The RB1 river bus service links Canary Wharf Pier with Greenwich, Tower Bridge, London Bridge, Blackfriars and Embankment (for Waterloo), to name but a few.

Bus: Coming in from East London, the D3, D7 and D8 will all bring you directly to Canary Wharf, and the 277 heads to Highbury and Islington. There is also a night bus, the N550, from Trafalgar Square.

Airport: Escaping from the city couldn’t be easier with London City Airport just a few stops away on the DLR or a few minutes by cab.

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