6 Underground lines connecting to all corners of London
National mainline rail stations, plus Euston just 500m beyond
All five of London's international airports are within an hour – with direct services to Heathrow, Gatwick and Luton
14 bus lines running here there and everywhere
International high-speed rail connecting London with Europe
800 cycle-space interchange including Santander and Brompton bike stands
With 194 cycle spaces on site, electric charging points, Brompton lockers and Regent's Wharf's very own TfL Santander bike stand, there's nothing standing in the way for peddle pushers.
Despite being a key public transport hub, safe cycle routes run to and from King's Cross including along the canal which connects West to East and the Shoe Lane route through Midtown, piecing together narrow streets, blocked to motorists by bollards and emerging opposite St. Pancras Station.
Once complete the cycle interchange at King's Cross will provide 800 cycle spaces for commuters and cycling for your commute is made all the easier with a free cycle maintenance service, available at Lewis Cubitt Square on Wednesdays throughout the Summer.
Just a five-minute walk from Regent's Wharf, King's Cross St. Pancras Underground station links six London Underground lines – Circle, Piccadilly, Hammersmith & City, Northern, Metropolitan and Victoria. This makes it the biggest interchange on the London Underground.
|Travel times by tube|
All of the UK's major cities are within easy reach via St. Pancras, King's Cross and Euston just a few minutes beyond plus a huge number of commuters have direct access to King's Cross with areas such as Bedford, Luton and St Albans to the north and Sevenoaks, Croydon and Brighton to the south served by National Rail and High Speed 1 slashing connection times to the East.
Reaching London's other principal mainline stations is easy from King's Cross. Seven are reached directly by Underground and the remaining three require only one change.
|Travel times by rail|
|Stratford International||11 mins|
|Ashford International||37 mins|
|Brighton||1 hr 18 mins|
|Birmingham||1 hr 22 mins|
|Nottingham||1 hr 44 mins|
|Manchester||2 hrs 7 mins|
|Sheffield||2 hrs 9 mins|
|Leeds||2 hrs 19 mins|
|Durham||2 hrs 40 mins|
|Newcastle||2 hrs 52 mins|
|Glasgow||4 hrs 31 mins|
|Edinburgh||4 hrs 23 mins|
St. Pancras International is home to Eurostar which connects the UK to the continent by high speed rail. There are direct services to the centre of Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam and Lille.
The trains depart from the beautifully refurbished St. Pancras Station, where you'll find designer shops, restaurants and bars.
|Travel times by rail|
|Paris||2 hrs 15 mins|
|Brussels||1 hr 51 mins|
|Lille||1 hr 20 mins|
|Amsterdam||3 hr 41mins|
Luton 32 mins direct on National Rail
Gatwick46 mins direct on National Rail
City Airport46 mins via Bank on the DLR
Heathrow48 mins via Paddington on the Heathrow Express, or 1 hr 7 mins direct on the Piccadilly Line
Stansted50 mins via Tottenham Hale on the Stansted Express