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There are several modes of transport available to fans looking to travel to White Hart Lane.
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White Hart Lane mainline station is four minutes walk from the stadium, with regular services that connect to the Victoria Line tube service via Seven Sisters.
Northumberland Park mainline station is eight minutes walk from the stadium, with regular services that connect to the Victoria line tube service at Tottenham Hale station.
Trains run from both White Hart Lane and Northumberland Park stations to Liverpool Street Station and direct trains take about 20 minutes.
There are a number of excellent bus services from Seven Sisters running past the stadium entrance. A taxi rank is available at Tottenham Hale Station.
If you are traveling from inside London, visit http://www.journeyplanner.org/
If you are traveling from outside London, visit http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/ or check the website prior to each home match for the special National Express Matchday timetables.
The stadium is located on Tottenham High Road and is one mile south of the A406 (North Circular).
You can easily join the A406 from the M25 (junction 25) and the A10. The M25 is 15 - 20 minutes from the stadium.
From the City, follow the A10 to Bruce Grove, then straight on to the High Road.
However, most journeys to the Lane will be quicker and more reliable by public transport.
An extensive bus network operates around the stadium. For information on which bus route is most suitable for you, view the local bus map.
Stansted Airport is approx 30 minutes away with direct access by train to Tottenham Hale.
Up until 2010, anybody leaving the Victoria Line would be required to buy a separate National Rail ticket to use the National Express East Anglia Services to travel to White Hart Lane or Northumberland Park stations.
Following upgrade works, people traveling via the Victoria Line and NEEA services can now use Oyster Pay as you Go, ensuring that fans can travel smarter and cheaper without the hassle of needing separate tickets.
This new integrated ticket option means that those fans that travelled to the stadium using Oyster pay as you Go, need no longer touch out at Seven Sisters and should instead continue on to White Hart Lane station at no cost and simply touch out there, using one of the Oyster machines.
The London Borough of Haringey's matchday parking regulations around White Hart Lane came into effect on January 19, 2008.
The regulations prevent on-street parking in the controlled zone for all non-residents, with the exception of mobility impaired motorists who have a valid Blue Badge parking permit. Penalty Charge Notices will be issued to all drivers who ignore the regulations.
If matchdays are Monday to Friday, the CPZ will operate from 5.00pm to 8.30pm. For Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays, it will be in place from noon to 4.30pm.
Please note – new regulations came into effect on March 17, 2014. Additional information on the Tottenham area CPZ can be found here.
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