Marylebone transport links are many and varied with six zone 1 underground stations close by. Marylebone tube station is on the Bakerloo line with trains to Oxford Circus in 5 minutes and Waterloo in 12 minutes. Baker Street is a hub station for the Bakerloo Line, Metropolitan Line, Jubilee Line and Hammersmith and Circle Lines. Other tube stations include Great Portland Street, Bond Street, Regents Park and Edgware Road.
Marylebone station is a delightful little railway station that serves commuters from Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire as far as Stratford-Upon-Avon. You can also take a train from here to Birmingham Moor Street. Trains from Marylebone Station are run by Chiltern Railways. Marylebone Station is also on the Bakerloo Line.
Being so central, over 10 bus routes run through Marylebone including the N18 night bus which continues on towards Harrow and several 24-hour bus routes including numbers 27, 139, 189 and 453.
Marylebone is situated near the A4, which connects up to the M40 and M4 motorways to the west and northwest of London. Being so central, it can get congested. Most of Marylebone is congestion charge zone, Marylebone Road forming the northern boundary of the zone. It costs £10 a day to drive in the congestion charge zone. For more information visit www.cchargelondon.co.uk/index.html.
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