Transport Networks

To reach new people and markets

One of London's most connected areas

A vast network of roads and streets, the 354 miles of underground and overground lines, the 9,000 buses for 19,000 bus stops, the 610,000 bicycle journeys made every day – London’s transport network is its lifeblood. It sustains and feeds London’s competitive strengths – enabling businesses to draw from a wealth of qualified staff, to access important and growing markets, and to thrive in a competitive environment that demands innovation.

With its five stations serving 42.5 million passengers annually, White City has direct access to clients, suppliers, and the deep well of London’s talent.

Travel times

White City Place is served by excellent underground, overground, bus, and road routes into the West End, the City, and Canary Wharf.

  • Start

    White City & Wood Lane

    White City and Wood Lane stations for the Central, Circle, and Hammersmith & City lines

  • 2 mins

    Shepherd’s Bush

    A short walk or underground ride to Westfield or overground services

  • 8 mins

    Paddington

    Mainline services to the South West and Heathrow Airport

  • 12 mins

    Bond Street

    A direct route to Mayfair and the West End

  • 21 mins

    St Pancras International

    Mainline services to Scotland, The North, The Midlands, and Europe

  • 22 mins

    Bank

    The City is easily reached on the Central Line

  • 31 mins

    Heathrow

    Great access to the Uk’s most important airport by taxi or Paddington’s Heathrow Express

White City has one of the highest ratings for public transport accessibility in London
Sources: The Urban Transport Group, TfL, London Datastore, Transport Works
White City lies in a critical location between the existing central area of London and Heathrow
Tony Travers, Director, LSE London