South Western Railway run the services from Claygate Station direct to London Waterloo or Guildford. They are also responsible for the maintenance of the station itself.
There is a self service ticket machine on Platform 1 and the booking office is open as follows:-
Monday to Friday - 6.20am to 1pm
Saturday - 8am to 1pm
Car parking (144 pay and display spaces) as well as cycle parking.
Train timetable information
The full scheduled timetable for trains serving Claygate is available at https://www.southwesternrailway.com/ by clicking on “timetables” and then clicking on “Timetable No. 11” on the next screen.
Live train information is available at :-
For variations, especially weekend engineering work check the following website :-
To plan journeys beyond the local area, go to:-
Claygate is served by the K3 bus, which is operated by Abellio London, under contract to Transport for London (Tfl). The bus runs from Esher through Claygate to Surbiton, Kingston and Roehampton Vale (Asda). It is timetabled at approximately 15-minute intervals throughout the day on Mondays to Saturdays and 20-minute intervals on Sundays, with a 30-minute frequency in the evenings after 8pm on Mondays to Saturdays and 7pm on Sundays.
Bus timetable information
Onward Bus connectons
The following website provides up-to-date timetables for all London Buses routes, and also non-Tfl routes into the Home Counties (including Surrey) :-
You may also find it helpful to use this in conjunction with the following website if you are planning bus journeys beyond Kingston:-
All buses contracted to Transport for London operate the same fare structure; they no longer accept cash. If you do not have a concessionary pass you will need to produce an Oystercard, Travelcard (valid on all London Bus routes) or contactless bank card. Concessions are only valid if an Oystercard or other relevant permit is shown to the driver for those aged 11 and over.
Different fare arrangements apply on non-Tfl buses running through Surrey (for example, the 515 from Kingston to Guildford). Senior citizen bus passes are only valid on these routes after 9.30am on Mondays to Fridays (all day at weekends). There is no free travel for children on Surrey buses.
All bus stops are treated as 'request' stops, so buses should be stopped by raising a hand at stops, pressing a bell (once – and not necessary if someone else has already done so!) on the bus. The K3 often gets very full and, in such instances, standing passengers should move right down inside the bus, including on to the raised section at the back. Drivers do their utmost to ensure that no one is left behind at stops, but need the full co-operation of all passengers to achieve this.
Integrated Travel Planner
The following website provides much useful information for Surrey residents about using buses and trains, including how to obtain and renew bus passes, and for whom they are valid:
If you want to plan a journey within London (Claygate is included) using any form of public transport try using 'Citymapper'. It is also available as an 'app' for phones.
There are two car parks managed by Elmbridge Borough Council: -
Hare Lane Car Park
123 Hare Lane (next to Champions),
Torrington Lodge Car Park
164 Hare Lane (next to the Co-op),
90 spaces, three blue badge spaces
For both car park charges apply between 9am and 6pm Monday to Friday. Outside these hours and on public and bank holidays the car parks are free.
Annual season tickets are available at a significant discount. Application forms are available at
There are no dedicated cycle routes in Claygate though off-road cycling is permitted. Maps are available from Esher Library and from Surrey County Council’s web site at www.surreycc.gov.uk or from
Cycle parking is available at the railway station and the corner of The Parade and Hare Lane.
Claremont Car Services
Claygate KT10 0PB
Telephone: 01372 471471
Claygate Village Chauffers Ltd
Telephone: 07733 323938
Quorum Chauffeurs Ltd
Telephone 01372 210 628
Telephone: 0844 335 1801
Telephone: 0844 335 1802