The service provides the opportunity for the passengers from the Greater London to travel at their convenient timings. This is one of the best means of transport for the urban and suburban passengers of the United Kingdom as the network serves the various areas of London calling at 83 stations. The 6 lines are currently operating round the clock offering the world class service to the common people. The fleet currently consists of the 57 cars. Each car contains 4 cars in order to cater to the needs of the public. 27 stations of the London Overground are operated by the different operators including the London Underground, Greater Anglia, London Midland, South West Trains and Southern etc.
This network of train operates by getting payment through the zone based rules. You can pay through your Oyster PAYG which is similar to the system adopted by the Underground network and the Docklands Light Railway. All the stations outside the limits of Greater London comprise the Travelcard Zone 7 till 9 with an exception of the Watford Junction. The Watford Junction works with its own system of fare payment. The paper tickets are also in use and are charged on the basis of the zone-based regulations and now cover the extra zones.
Routes and Lines:
The network runs across the Greater London boasting the major market share of all the currently operating transport services in the city. It has an additional catch that it covers some suburbs also, which is in itself a big market as far as commuter trains are concerned. There are different routes operating for the convenience of the public. If you want to travel from Richmond to Stratford, this is the best option to go for. The trains come and go from the stations at the time distance of seven to eight minutes from Willesden Junction to Stratford. The public finds it easy to catch their required train when and if they want. However, the trains depart and return to and from Clampham Junction every 15 minutes. The frequency of 10 minutes is maintained by the trains running from Willesden to Stratford in the off peak hours when there is less traffic on the passengers on and off the trains.
Another important route operated by the London Overground is from Gospel Oak to Barking. A large number of passengers use the route for the daily commutation making it a very valuable and feasible line for the public. The frequency of 15 minutes is an ideal one to maintain in on such a busy route. The last train with the 15 minute frequency runs at around 10pm and after that the time distance between every two trains increases to half an hour.
If you want to commute from Watford Junction to Euston, you might have to wait for 20 minutes to get the next train at the station. You would have the excellent service on board, but you need to keep in mind that the waiting time may increase to half an hour if you missed the previous train during the early morning or late night. During the day, it takes only 20 minutes to complete one turn. The trains from Highbury & Islington to West Croydon/Clapham Junction run very frequently. So you can easily reach your destination from Highbury & Islington in a matter of few minutes. The trains from Dalston Junction call at the destination station in hardly 5 minutes. There has been an increase in the number of the trains on the route and now there are 20 fresh trains running here. To get your ticket, call now on our contact centre and have all your queries answered.