Station Car Park
New Ashtead Station Car Park Management details. This can affect Season Tickets, Booking Apps and Blue Badges
Ashtead Station has trains to and from London Victoria, London Bridge and London Waterloo. Going southbound there are trains to Horsham and Guildford.
Live travel information is available on the following links, and further ticket and travel information is available on the web sites for Southern Railway and South West Trains.
There is now a Travel App for your iPhone or Android device available from Southern. This gives you up to the minute journey information, enables you to buy tickets on line and stores your "Favourites". Go to http://www.southernrailway.com/your-journey/app to download.
Ashtead to London - Live Train Information
Ashtead to Horsham - Live Train Information
Ashtead to Guildford - Live Train Information
Southern (GTR) have just announced changes to their timetables from December 2020 as follows:-
From Sunday 13 December 2020, as part of the national timetable change, we are introducing a set of changes to train services across the Govia Thameslink Railway network.
These changes have been shaped by the input of customers and stakeholders, to prepare the Great Northern and Thameslink network for the three-month upgrade of King’s Cross in Spring 2021, and to tailor services to the times when demand is greatest and help provide a more reliable service.
The timetable is designed to be as resilient as possible as we continue to adapt the business to the impact of coronavirus, both directly; in terms of absence to sickness and self-isolation and indirectly through disruption to training.
Southern Railway's web site
Southwestern Trains web site
National Rail Enquiries web site
If making a long journey cross country you might want to also try one of the "split ticketing" web site to see if you can make a saving. On some journeys a considerable saving can be made and despite buying several tickets you can usually remain on the same train and even in the same seat. Go to www.splityourticket.co.uk or www.splitmyfare.co.uk or www.trainsplit.com. There are other sites springing up.
Southern have issued the following guidance for when travelling, but they apply equally to all train operators:
• You must wear a face covering on public transport - while there are very important medical exemptions, this is a simple thing everyone who can, should do to help reduce the risk to others.
• Please follow the government social distancing guidelines
• Always check your journey before you travel
• Book tickets online and use contactless payments wherever possible
• Avoid travelling in busy hours– The busiest time on our network is now 06:00-07:30. We highlight busy trains through alerts in journey planners, there is advice on our website and announcements at stations. If you can, planning to travel on a quieter train will help everyone to promote social distancing
• Carry hand sanitiser and wash your hands before and after travelling
• When waiting for a train, avoid crowding the exit doors when leaving the train and allow your fellow passengers to leave the train safely
Southwestern Trains have announced their new timetables from January 11th 2021.
Southern are introducing a revised timetable with effect from 18th January 2021. This liable to weekly change - see below:-
Southern Railway Timetable Amendments
Information for customers (14th January 2021)
Information is available directly on our websites. Downloadable timetables for the duration of the timetable will be available from this weekend.
Journey planners such as www.nationalrail.co.uk will be updated as follows:
Week commencing Monday 18 January – available from Sunday 17 January
Following weeks – available from the Saturday for the week ahead
The reason journey planners are being updated on a weekly basis is because of a limitation of the short-term information system. All journeys for future travel are highlighted with a “check closer to the date” notice, as are ticket sale sites. We do not anticipate further changes at this point, but as always and especially under current circumstances, we are reminding customers to check before travelling.
Understanding the timetable changes of the 18 January 2021
Train services are being reduced to ensure that journeys are as reliable as possible for those travelling at a time when railway staff are affected by coronavirus, and to reflect low customer demand.
With customer demand stable at approximately 14% of January 2020 levels, we are confident that there will be more than enough space on services, but we recognise that this timetable will mean change for some peoples’ journeys. All stations will remain served, with the exception of Birkbeck, which has nearby Tramlink services, and Beckenham Junction, which will continue to be served by Southeastern services.
You can check your journey using the National Rail Enquiries real-time Journey Planner.
Create your own Timetables by visiting both web sites.
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Disabled Bus Pass Changes
From 1 April 2019 residents with a Concessionary bus pass or a disabled companion pass will no longer be able to travel for free before 9.30am or after 11pm on weekdays. However, bus travel will still be free for those pass holders between 9.30am and 11pm on weekdays and any time at the weekend and on public holidays. Some local bus operators might offer travel at a reduced fare for disabled and disabled companion pass holders. You can find out more on the Surrey County Council website. Due to Covid, Arriva have confirmed this pre-9.30 restriction has been lifted.
The following buses serve Ashtead:-
The 408 bus service from Edward Thomas, Epsom Coaches Quality Line runs between Epsom and Cobham (including Sainsburys Cobham and Tesco Leatherhead). To view the Timetable click on the following link. 408 Emergency Timetable
The 479 Bus Service run by Arriva runs between Guildford and Epsom stopping at Ashtead Pond and The Street. The Sunday service continues to be run by Stagecoach. A number of services will depart at different times past the hour, so everybody will have to note carefully for their own route. The main publicity effort will be getting information in summary on the website, accompanied by timetables as supplied by the operators. Potential fluidity in the coming days/weeks will be a challenge in keeping the public informed. New Emergency Timetable wef from 3rd January 2021
Note the changed times in the afternoons. In the present circumstances an hourly service only is being run.
There is also to be a new route, Service No. 21 operating from Crawley, Charlwood, Newdigate, Dorking, Boxhill, Leatherhead Ashtead through to Epsom. 21 Timetable.
New bus service between Epsom and St Helier Hospitals
On Monday 4 March 2019 a new bus service will start between Epsom, Sutton and St Helier Hospitals. The H1 service has previously operated as a staff shuttle bus, but will now be opened up to other passengers. It will run Monday to Friday (excluding bank holidays) from around 6.25am until 7.50pm. There will only be two stops in Epsom & Ewell, at Epsom Hospital and on East Street at the stop by the Rainbow Leisure Centre, however further stops may be considered once the service is operational. It will be run by Quality Line Buses with the agreement of Transport for London. The timetable is attached and the fare will be £1.50.