Make a London commuter map: public transport, car, bike & foot

by Louisa Bainbridge
on Jan 23, 2017

If you’ve been unfortunate enough to be stuck in London during a tube strike, you'll know that travel time is far more important than the distance travelled. When 2 miles could mean 5 or 50 minutes, it's critical to check London commuter maps to see where's reachable by your preferred mode. Below we've compared Brixton, Old Street, Hammersmith & Clapham Junction, but to make a London commuter map of your own for your home or office click the link below. If you're a developer and would like to add shapes to your own map check out our API tutorial. OR try our free map tool here.

ClickBrixton

Travelling 45 minutes from Brixton station during rush hour on train and tube: 

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Travelling 45 minutes from Brixton station during rush hour on bus:

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Travelling 45 minutes from Brixton station during rush hour by bike:

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Travelling 45 minutes from Brixton station during rush hour by foot:

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Old Street

Travelling 45 minutes from Old Street station during rush hour on train and tube: 

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Travelling 45 minutes from Old Street station during rush hour on bus:

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Travelling 45 minutes from Old Street station during rush hour by bike:

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Travelling 45 minutes from Old Street station during rush hour by foot:

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Hammersmith

Travelling 45 minutes from Hammersmith station during rush hour by train and tube:

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Travelling 45 minutes from Hammersmith station during rush hour by bus:

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Travelling 45 minutes from Hammersmith station during rush hour by bike:

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Travelling 45 minutes from Hammersmith station during rush hour by foot:

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Clapham Junction

Travelling 45 minutes from Clapham Junction station during rush hour by train and tube:

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Travelling 45 minutes from Clapham Junction station during rush hour by bus:

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Travelling 45 minutes from Clapham Junction station during rush hour by bike:

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Travelling 45 minutes from Clapham Junction station during rush hour by foot:

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