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Getting to the station by bus

Find out about buses and bus routes going to Thameslink stations, and see what help we offer for getting on or off the bus at the station.

Bus stops and train stations

It’s easy to get to most of our stations by bus. There are regular buses from all of our London stations, connecting you with points across the capital.

You can also get a line2line bus from St Albans to Hatfield station if you’re joining our train service there.

You can buy a PlusBus pass to help you move seamlessly around the East of England by bus and train. Check if PlusBus covers your area.

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Alternative bus routes

We use buses for rail replacement services from time to time when there are problems on the line.

If we’re not running a replacement bus or you’d rather not take it, you can check our alternative route maps to find another way to get to your destination.

Help getting on and off the bus

If you need help getting around, we can give you a hand on or off a bus at the station.

We can also help you get a bus or taxi if the station you want to travel from doesn’t have step-free access. The bus or taxi will take you to an accessible station where you can catch your train.

If you’d like this extra help, it’s a good idea to book assisted travel in advance. That way we can make sure someone is available to help you.