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It is true that London Liverpool Street Station is the third busiest railway station in the UK after Waterloo and Victoria. It is the terminus of both the West Anglia Main Line to Cambridge and the Great Eastern Main Line to Norwich. The latter route serves thousands of commuters every day, many of whom live in Essex towns such as Chelmsford, Witham and Colchester.
As well as being a London railway terminus, Liverpool Street is a London Underground station on the Central, Circle, Hammersmith & City, and Metropolitan lines. Since it’s a fare zone 1 station, travelling to or through it by underground is a costly business. If you drive to the station, either to make a journey or pick someone up, where do you park?
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There are many on-street parking spaces within 10-15 minutes’ walk from Liverpool Street Station. The maximum stay is normally two or four hours and the typical cost is £4 to £5 per hour. Examples include Spital Square (4 spaces), 17 Epworth Street (7 spaces) and Wilson Street (6 spaces). Some on-street spaces are free after 7 pm or on Sundays.
Several car parks are only 15-25 minutes away from Liverpool Street by foot, including Finsbury Square NCP, Great Eastern Street NCP and Whitechapel High Street NCP. The Barbican Centre has some of the most attractive parking rates, though it’s a half-hour walk from Liverpool Street.
You can book parking spaces near Liverpool Street using the JustPark app, including many privately allocated spaces for more economical prices. These are only available if you reserve in advance. Parking without a reservation in London tends to be expensive, as it is in most major cities.
Aside from the four underground lines already mentioned, Liverpool Street is served by around 25 local bus routes, the National Express A9 route, and local rail services including the London Overground, C2C, and TfL Rail. As well, the Stansted Express takes voyagers to and from Stansted Airport.
There are several 1-spot and 2-spot disabled parking spaces on the streets around Liverpool Street Station. The nearest of these is in Liverpool Street itself at number 37. All are free with a maximum 4-hour stay.
Liverpool Street lies in the City of London, which is a controlled parking zone (CPZ). Street parking is subject to yellow-line restrictions. No parking is allowed at any time on double yellow lines. In general, controlled hours are 7 am to 7 pm Monday to Friday, and 7 am to 11 am on Saturdays. Different times may apply in some locations.
On Bank Holidays you can park for free in pay and display bays or on single yellow lines as long as you don’t infringe other regulations (e.g. by parking over a dropped kerb or raised carriageway).
Drivers are able to drop off or pick up passengers from Liverpool Street Station along the central roadway next to platform 10 at the taxi rank. No waiting is allowed. Parking on double yellow lines, even momentarily, is likely to incur a hefty fine.
Among the popular attractions near London Liverpool Street Station is a visit to Heron Tower at 110 Bishopsgate (third tallest building in the UK), a bargain-hunting browse around Old Spitalfields Market, or a Jack the Ripper tour that visits the crime scenes of Britain’s most notorious murderer.