transport to the store
alternatives

Being environmentally friendly is a very important part of our goal to improve the everday life for the many people. This is why we at IKEA are working hard to minimise unnecessary emissions. We would like to encourage people to think differently about transport and the environment.

IKEA Croydon is very well connected to public transport:

by tramlink

The IKEA Croydon store lies on route number 1 the Elmers End to Wimbledon line, there are links with the Beckenham and New Addington routes in central Croydon.

The stop for the IKEA Croydon store is AMPERE WAY and from here it is a short walk to the store.

For further information contact Tramlink at http://www.tramlink.co.uk or on 020 8681 8300

by train

You can easily get a train to the IKEA Croydon store to and from the main rail stations in the area, such as Croydon, Mitcham and Beckenham Junction.

For train times contact national rail enquires at http://www.national rail.co.uk or on 08457 484950

by bus

There are two bus routes that stop in the vicinity of IKEA Croydon and these are:

289- buses are every 15-20 minutes weekdays and Saturdays and every 30 minutes on Sunday.
The principal stops on the route is as follows:
Elmers End – Addiscombe (tram stop) – West Croydon – Purley Way (IKEA STOP) – Waddon Station - Purley Station.

455 – buses are every 20 minutes on weekdays and Saturdays and every 30 minutes on a Sunday. The principal stops on the route are:
Purley- Reedham Station – Purley – South Croydon Station – West Croydon – Croydon (Reeves Corner) – Purley Way – Ampere Way (IKEA STOP) – Therapia Lane - Wallington

useful contacts

London buses Customer Services Call Centre –
020 7918 4300
Transport for London – http://www.tfl.gov.uk/journeyplanner
National Rail – http://www.nationalrail.co.uk
Tramlink - http://www.tramlink.uk.com

Please contact the respective organisations to verify the above information.