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Travel by bus

 

Brook Valley Gardens is highly accessible via public transport, with numerous local bus stops located both within the development and the surrounding area. Nearest stops are situated on Dollis Valley Way, Manor Road and Mays Lane (see map below).

 

Brook Valley Gardens is primarily serviced by the 326 which extends from Barnet High Street to Brent Cross Shopping Centre, calling at many London Underground and railway stations along the route (eg. High Barnet Underground Station and New Barnet Railway Station).

 

The 184 route runs along Mays Lane, with frequent services running every

10 minutes, taking in Barnet High Street, Wood Green, and New Barnet.

 

Bus services provide connections to numerous locations in Barnet, including Brent Cross, East Barnet and High Barnet.

Frequencies of buses

Service no. and approx frequency

326 (local service)

Monday-Fridays every 10-14 minutes.

Saturdays it runs every 11-14 minutes and on Sunday every 15 minutes.

 

184 (local service)

Every 10 minutes, Monday-Saturday and every 11-13 minutes on Sunday

 

Other services from Underhill:

34, 107, 234, 263, 307, 326, 384, 389, 606, 634, N20

Buses throughout London are cash free, and fares can be paid using contactless payments cards, Oyster cards and daily Travelcard.

 

Bus Checker™

See an instant departures board for any of London’s 20,000 bus stops - in the app, or on your home screen. See exactly where each bus goes with live, street-level route maps.

 

This app provides real-time arrival information as well as full route maps, live Santander™ Cycle Hire dock info, disruptions and travel tips all for free.

 

  • ► Oyster Card

    Oyster cards are smartcards that can hold pay as you go credit, as well as travelcards and season tickets. Oyster cards can be used on most bus, Underground and National Rail services which operate within London. Tickets can be purchased online, at stations, and at Oyster ticket machines.

    Did you know? All children under the age of 18 in full-time education are allowed to travel free on London buses. Children aged 11+ must apply for a zip Oyster card to prove their age.

     

    The zip application forms are available from any local post office and there is further information available from Transport for London.

  • ► Transport for London (TfL)

    Timetable information and free maps.

  • ► Citymapper

    Alternatively, Citymapper offer a free app available for iOS and Android smartphones. Citymapper can be used for real-time journey planning. The app updates every minute, provides information including fare prices and platform changes.

     

Further Information

Information for bus services within Barnet can be found on the websites listed below:

Click on the map to open Google Maps and find your bus routes

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