You can join the London Underground (Tube) network from Bank station (Northern, Central, and Waterloo & City lines) or Stratford station (Central, Jubilee, and Overground lines) to continue your journey. Travellers heading to Canary Wharf have a journey time of just 18 minutes (via the DLR and Jubilee line)
DLR trains to and from London City Airport run approximately every 10 minutes from around 5:30 am to 12:15 am on Mondays to Saturdays. On Sundays, the trains start later start at around 7 am and finish at around 11:15 pm.
To travel on London public transport it is advisable to use an Oyster card as cash fares are always the most expensive. An Oyster card can be bought for a small deposit (£5) and fares are then added as a credit to the plastic card. You can use your Oyster card for all of your Transport for London journeys on the tube, buses, some local trains, and the DLR.
Please note, DLR stations do not sell Oyster cards so you will need to purchase your ticket in advance.
When you have finished your trip to London you can hold on to your Oyster card and use it on your next trip, or you can pass it on to a colleague or a friend travelling to London, or you can get a refund at a ticket machine if you have less than £10 credit on the card.