What zone is Wickford station?

What zone is Wickford station?

Zone 1
Wickford to London Underground Zone 1-6 by train

Distance miles ( km)
Departure station Wickford
Arrival station London Underground Zone 1-6

Is Wickford station open?

Monday-Saturday 08:00-20:00 Sunday 10:00-20:00 Bank Holidays 09:00-18:00 The hours shown are for the Customer Relations team on 0345 600 7245 (option 8).

What borough is Wickford in?

Borough of Basildon
Located approximately 30 miles (50 km) east of London, it falls within the Borough of Basildon along with the original town of Basildon, Billericay, Laindon and Pitsea….

Country England
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Post town WICKFORD
Postcode district SS11, SS12

How much does it cost to park at Wickford station?

Pay on the day

Off peak rate from 1000 £7.50
Peak rate starts 0400 £9.00
Night rate 1600-0400 £4.50
Saturday £4.50
Sunday £4.50

Is there a toilet at Wickford station?

There are female toilet facilities available. There are no accessible toilet facilities. There are other accessible toilets at the station. There are no baby change facilities available.

Why is Wickford called Wickford?

The place-name Wickford is first attested in a Saxon charter of 995, where it appears as Wicford. The name means ‘ford by a wych elm or ford by a dairy-farm’.

What is the commuter rail like in Wickford?

The commuter rail operates between Wickford Junction and northbound stations T.F. Green or Providence. Providence Station is an Amtrak stop with connections to NYC and Washington DC. What Time Do the Trains Leave? All trains leave at the exact time printed on schedules.

When does Brockton commuter rail fare initiative end?

5-day Flex Pass Pilot, Brockton Commuter Rail Fare Initiative Ending September 15; Unused Commuter Rail Tickets Purchased Shortly Before Pandemic Valid Until September 15

Is the Wickford Junction accessible?

Wickford Junction is accessible. Please report issues with cleanliness, signage, and any other concerns you may have. We will do our best to address the issues as soon as possible. Contact us

Why ride the train in Rhode Island?

Once in Providence, we toured the Statehouse, walked around the Capital district, and grabbed lunch at Sydney Providence. We had a great time in Rhode Island and this service truly added to it.” “I ride the train three days a week to and from my job at the Statehouse. It’s faster, more comfortable, and allows me to be more productive than driving.