Tube: At Canary Wharf the Jubilee Line then opens up direct links to North Greenwich (for the O2) to the east, and the west of London including London Bridge, Waterloo, Westminster and Bond Street. The Jubilee line will run a 24-hour service at weekends from October 2016.

River: The RB1 river bus service can be taken from Masthouse Terrace Pier (off Westferry Road) and Canary Wharf Pier and links the Isle of Dogs with North Greenwich (for the O2), Tower Bridge, London Bridge, Blackfriars and Embankment (for Waterloo), to name but a few.

Bus: The D3 and D7 services connect the Isle of Dogs to wider east London, via Canary Wharf. Whilst the 135 will take you to Old Street via Liverpool Street station. The N550 night bus from Trafalgar Square also loops around the Island before terminating at Canning Town station.

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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