Getting Here

Getting Here

Whether working at, visiting or transporting freight via DP World London Gateway Logistics Park, sustainable modes of transport can help you save time, money, achieve a healthier lifestyle and reduce impact on the environment.

Bus Services

Bus transport is an effective means of providing sustainable connectivity particularly when used as part of a multi modal (i.e. bus/walking) journey.

Download the PDF’s below to obtain information regarding bus services with routes in proximity to the port.

London Gateway Link Route

  • Chafford Hundred – Grays- Stanford-le-Hope, Corringham, London Gateway
  • Monday – Friday
  • Route Map
  • Timetables

100/100x Route

  • Billericay – Chelmsford – Basildon – Corringham – Stanford-le-Hope – Orsett – Blackshots – Grays – Lakeside
  • 7 days a week
  • Route Map
  • Timetables
  • Fares / Tickets

200/200x Route

201 Route

  • Lakeside – Grays – Orsett – Stanford-le-Hope – Basildon
  • Sunday only
  • Route Map
  • Timetables

300 Route

374 Route

  • Basildon – Corringham – Stanford-le-Hope – East Tilbury – Grays Monday – Saturday
  • Monday – Saturday
  • Timetables

Rail Services

Rail transport offers the opportunity to travel over relatively large distances quickly and efficiently.

The Essex Thameside rail line, operated by C2C, provides rail services from Sheoburyness to London Fenchurch Street. The ‘Tilbury Loop’ of this line routes between Pitsea and Barking, with links to Chafford Hundred and South Ockendon.

Stanford-le-Hope rail station (on the ‘Tilbury Loop’) is located approximately 4 kilometres to the west of the port. Laindon and Basildon rail stations are also in close proximity.

Essex Thameside Route Map


Staff Travel Discounts – C2C

Tilbury/Gravesend Ferry

Operated by the Lower Thames and Medway Passenger Boat Company, the ferry service between Tilbury and Gravesend is a foot passenger service. However, it is able to transport the following vehicles:


Motorcycles up to 125cc engine capacity

The service provides a swift and efficient means of crossing the Thames Estuary between Essex and Kent.

The latest travel information relating to the ferry service can be obtained by calling the crew on 07930 390124.



Tilbury Boarding Point

West Street Pier Gravesend Boarding Point

Town Pier Gravesend Boarding Point


Cycle Maps for the Thurrock and Basildon areas can be downloaded by clicking on the following links:

Thurrock Cycle Map

Basildon Cycle Map

In addition to the routes indicated on the above maps, it is to be noted that off road cycle facilities are available to the east side of the DP World London Gateway site access road from the Sorrells to the No.1 London Gateway building (via the blue bridge).

Furthermore, the port has implemented new bridleway links in the vicinity. These can be accessed from either end of the blue bridge (over the site access road) to Wharf Road (to the east) or to the A1014 (to the west).

Local Cycle Shops

Click on the following link to find information regarding cycle shops in your local area:

Local Cycle Shops