For travel options to/from Wimbledon, including public transport and cycling, visit the Travel Safely page on our website.
Travelling and Commuting to Work Safely
With 250+ cycle racks in Wimbledon Town Centre (including covered storage in Wimbledon Station), cycling is a great option for commuting to work. If you’re new to cycling or need a refresher, Merton Council have partnered with Cycle Instructor to provide FREE cycling lessons for people who work/live in the borough and many employers are part of the cycle to work scheme to help get you started. Find more information here.
Please plan ahead when using public transport and travel outside of the busiest times, particularly first thing in the morning. The busiest times on the network are 05:45 – 08:15 and 16:00 – 17:30. You can check the status of Wimbledon Station here.
The TfL Go app is designed help you plan the best route, including cycling and walking. Includes live updates on all Tube, Tram, DLR, London Overground and TfL Rail lines.
If you’re travelling on the Tube, Train or Tram, there is a one-way system in place for entering/exiting the station and hand sanitisers can be found in the station, on the station forecourt and The Piazza.
Remember that face coverings are compulsory on public transport. Find out more here.
Employees working in Wimbledon are eligible for discounted parking rates at Centre Court Car Park. Book your place today to avoid missing out. Only valid Monday – Friday, pay as you go. No joining fee if you quote Love Wimbledon.More information
If you are an employer you’ll find these resources from TfL useful in helping your employees navigate their commute.
- Briefing for businesses – guidance that sets out the latest Government advice for businesses to help you and your employees return to the workplace
- Spotlight Sessions – biweekly webinars and Q&A to manage the return of customers to the network
- Active Recovery Toolkit – practical tools and advice to encourage your workforce to pick active travel options (including walking, jogging and cycling) and how to support these
Consider how your business can support active travel commuting options for your employees such as joining the Cycle to Work Scheme or providing secure covered cycle parking on your premises.