4. Travel

  1. Where is Clapham Common?
  2. Travel by Public Transport
  3. Are you cycling to The MoonWalk?
  4. Driving there
  5. ULEZ Charge if driving to Clapham Common
  6. Transport in the early morning
  1. Where is Clapham Common?

    Take a look at this map

    MoonWalk City is on the north-east side of Clapham Common, the area between Long Road (the A3) and to the west of Rookery Road.

  2. Travel by Public Transport

    Rail

    Clapham Common is easily accessible from all major railway stations via the Underground

    By Underground

    Clapham Common is on the Northern Line (South), which runs all night. 

    By Bus

    The nearest stops are Rookery Road, stops N and Y, and are served by routes 35, 37, 137 and 345
    Other routes with stops on roads surrounding Clapham Common are 50, 88, 155, 322, 355, 417, and 690
    Please check where their stops are in relation to MoonWalk City (in the north-east corner of the Common) as some are further away than others, but no longer than about 15 mins walk away

    Helpful Links

    Plan your journey - try here

  3. Are you cycling to The MoonWalk?

    We have bike parking available in MoonWalk City. If you would like access to this, please email us by 30th April 2022 to secure your place.

  4. Driving there

    Travel by Car

    Again, please note that there will be NO car parking at the event venue.

    There is NO congestion charge

    Street parking is extremely limited and certainly, there is none in the park. This link will show you the nearest car parks

    Travel by Coach

    Again, please note that there will be NO coach parking at the event venue.

    There is NO congestion charge but check there is a ULEZ charge, see more here.

    Street parking is extremely limited and certainly, there is none in the park. This link will show you the nearest parks

  5. ULEZ Charge if driving to Clapham Common

    Drivers need to be aware that from 25 October 2021, the Mayor of London’s ULEZ is expanding to bring some eastern parts of Clapham into the scheme, including Clapham North, Clapham High Street, Clapham Common, Lavender Hill and Abbeville Village. This means that vehicles will need to meet the required emissions standards when driving within and into the expanded zone, or pay a daily charge.

    It operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week, including weekends (except Christmas day), with a £12.50 daily charge for vehicles that do not meet the required emissions standards.

    You can see a map of exactly where the new expanded ULEZ covers and whether your vehicle meets the standards here.

    Four out of five cars already meet these standards, but owners of the remaining older cars, motorcycles, lighter vans and minibuses have been advised to take action and check the new rules.

    TfL say the ULEZ is expanding to improve air quality and toxic air pollution in London.

    Signs are up to show when drivers are entering the expanded zone from outside.

  6. Transport in the early morning

    If you expect to finish in the early hours of the morning then read on.

    Most public transport does not run through the night. Indeed all mainline stations will also not have trains until later in the morning. The Underground is available all through the night.

    Bus

    There are night buses nearby, N35 and N137 stop at Rookery Road stops, with N155 running along Clapham Common South Side Road.

    Taxi

    We are working with local taxi companies to ensure that they are aware of the event. There will be a Taxi Point in Rookery Road, about 5 minutes walk from MoonWalk City.

    Links

    Plan your journey - try here

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