Travel in Tonbridge

This page provides some useful guidance to travel in Tonbridge by the following modes of transport:


Tonbridge is well connected on the railway network and it is possible to travel direct to the following destinations:

Unfortunately, since December 2008 it is no longer possible to travel directly to Gatwick Airport. One of TLC's goals is to get this direct link to Gatwick Airport re-established. We encourage you to write to your MP to get this line re-instated. In past times it was also possible to travel direct to places such as Reading and Brighton.

Timetables for all the above routes except for Edenbridge and Redhill are available from Southeastern. The timetable for the Redhill line is available from Southern.


Tonbridge has a reasonably well established bus network. Anybody aged over 60 can travel on all buses free of charge. A summary of the routes is given below:

Bus timetables for all these routes are available from Traveline.

A summary of the buses to catch to several towns is given below:

All bus routes listed above are operated by Arriva primarily from Tunbridge Wells bus garage.


Tonbridge and its environs has some beautiful cycling routes. Some cycling attractions and shops are listed below:


There are many car parks in TonbridgeL

Note that from July to November 2014 there will be a temporary reduction in car parking at Tonbridge station.