The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is well served by public transport services.
We have twelve Underground stations, and the Circle, District, Central, Piccadilly and Hammersmith and City Lines all running through the borough.
The West London Line runs along our western boundary with stations at Kensington Olympia and West Brompton. Shepherd’s Bush and Imperial Wharf stations are nearby, in the borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.
New rail lines
Find out what's happening with Crossrail 1 (the Elizabeth Line) and a station at Kensal.
Local Impact of Highspeed 2 revealed - see how the Royal Borough will be affected
The Royal Borough is served by over 30 bus routes, enabling passengers to travel extensively within Kensington and Chelsea and further afield. The entire bus network is now fully wheelchair accessible.
Cadogan Pier and Chelsea Harbour Pier (in Hammersmith and Fulham) facilitate travel along the River Thames between Putney Bridge and Blackfriars. Download our Transport Network Guide for more information.
Transport Network Guide [PDF] (large file size: 3Mb)
- information on accessible transport
- plan your journey by public transport
- live bus arrival information for every bus stop in London
- taxi and minicab licensing information on the TfL website
For information on all modes of transport visit the Transport for London website or telephone 0843 222 1234.