Royal Wharf’s unique riverside location, also makes it one of the best connected. Part of London’s historic Docklands, unprecedented investment and new transport links have transformed this area. Travel by rail, road and river is effortless from here, with significantly reduced journey times across the capital. Just a minute’s walk from Royal Wharf, Pontoon Dock DLR station, provides fast access to Canary Wharf, the City and beyond.
Times are an approximation only, from sources such as Transport for London and Crossrail
Accessed from Royal Wharf via Custom House station, Crossrail is the latest addition to London’s vast transport network, a high-speed rail link connecting East London to West, with dramatically reduced journey times.
You can board a riverboat at Royal Wharf’s own pontoon, and commute effortlessly through the heart of the capital to Canary Wharf, the City and beyond, experiencing some of the capital’s most famous landmarks along the way.
This is the fastest, and most efficient way to travel around the Docklands. An automated metro system, the DLR is driverless and runs mainly on elevated tracks, gliding its way through the docks, amidst the towers of Canary Wharf, and right the way into the heart of the City, to Bank.
Less than a mile from Royal Wharf, the Emirates Cable Car normally crosses the River Thames in 10 minutes, but speeds up to a 5 minute journey in rush hour, allowing swift access to the O2 Arena and historic Greenwich.
One stop on the DLR, with flights to over 40 destinations, including New York.