Can you still get paper Tube maps?

Can you still get paper Tube maps?

Yes, the pocket tube map (or diagram really) created by draughtsman Harry Beck is a design classic, still widely available and updated, very useful to keep one in your pocket for a quick visual overview and memory jogger of the underground (and London) particularly if you prefer things that are visual instead of step …

What are the tube zones?

The ‘Zone’ System Explained When it comes to getting around, London is divided into ‘zones’ 1-6, with ‘Zone 1’ being the city centre and ‘Zone 6’ being the outskirts of the city. The system itself exists as a method for TfL (Transport for London) to calculate a customer’s travel distance and charge accordingly.

Are tube maps free?

London Overground map Plan your journey on the London Overground with this free map. The London Overground forms a circle around the capital, with branches extending into additional neighbourhoods.

Where can I get free London map?

The most popular map by far is the London Underground map which you will find at most underground stations in dispensers in the public areas. These are free. The home page for public transport maps at TfL contains links to maps to all forms of public transport bus, rail, underground, tram and river services.

What’s the best app for London Underground?

Tube Live app The Tube Live app works online and offline, making it already a lot better than the other apps available. Just download it onto your iPhone or Android, plan your journey, find disruptions, access your favourite routes quickly and you’re good to go.

Can I add Oyster card to Apple wallet?

If you are not familiar with Oyster, please read the Oyster card page to bring you up to speed. You can add supported payment cards to Apple Pay and then use your iPhone or Apple Watch to make contactless payments.

What is the daily cap on contactless Underground?

Buses do not operate in zones, so if you for example lived in zone 3 and had to get a bus to a station in zone 2, to then catch the tube to work in zone 1, you would pay a maximum of £6.40 using the daily cap, or £32.10 on a contactless card between Monday and Sunday.