Office access and opening times

Plan your journey to the Department for Transport by foot, bus or bike.

Department for Transport address

The Department for Transport (DfT) is located in Great Minster House (GMH).

Great Minster House
33 Horseferry Road

Directions from your current location to GMH on Google Maps

DfT helpline

0300 330 3000

Getting to GMH by foot

The following information shows you the local mainline or Underground station, the zone it is in, the Underground lines which serve it, the distance it is from GMH, the approximate time it takes to walk and a link to map with directions.

Station Zone Line/s Distance from GMH Walking time and map
St James’s Park 1 District, Circle 0.5 miles 6-13 minutes
Pimlico 1 Victoria 0.5 miles 8-16 minutes
Westminster 1 District, Circle, Jubilee 0.7 miles 10-20 minutes
Victoria 1 District, Circle, Victoria 0.8 miles 12-24 minutes
Vauxhall 2 Victoria 0.8 miles 12-25 minutes
Charing Cross 1 Northern, Bakerloo 1.1 miles 16-33 minutes
Waterloo 1 Bakerloo, Northern, Jubilee 1.2 miles 19-38 minutes

Distances and walking times are taken from

Getting to GMH by bus

Please note that you can no longer use cash to pay for your ticket on the buses in central London.

These are the following ways you can pay:

  • a contactless payment card to pay as you go
  • an Oyster card with pay as you go credit, Travelcard or bus and tram pass
  • a visitor Oyster card
  • a day Travelcard or a one day bus and tram pass

If you are using the local mainline and Underground stations and then catching a bus to GMH:

St James’s Park

  • there is no direct bus service – it’s quicker to walk


  • there is no direct bus service – it’s quicker to walk


  • there is no direct bus service – it’s quicker to walk


  • 507 (to Waterloo) from the bus station in front of Victoria Station
  • get off opposite GMH, outside the Home Office


  • 87 (to Aldwych) or 88 (to Camden Town): from the bus station outside Vauxhall station (bus stop B)
  • 87 – Get off at Lambeth Bridge and walk along Horseferry Road to the junction with Marsham Street
  • 88 – Get off at the side of GMH at the junction of Horseferry Road and Marsham Street

Charing Cross

  • there is no door-to-door bus service – it may be quicker to walk
  • 87 (to Wandsworth Plain): bus stop outside Charing Cross Station. Get off at Lambeth Bridge and walk along Horseferry Road to the junction with Marsham Street
  • 88 (to Clapham Junction): bus stop in Whitehall. Get off at junction of Marsham Street and Horseferry Road


  • 507 (to Victoria) from the bus stop at the side of Waterloo Station
  • get off outside GMH, opposite the Home Office

Getting to GMH by bike

If you have your own bike, secure parking is available at GMH by prior arrangement with your host. There are also shower and changing facilities at this office.

Santander cycle hire scheme

This scheme means you can now hire a bike for short journeys round London.

If you use the scheme a lot, it pays to become a member but the bikes are also available for casual hire.

Finding your way by bike

See Cycling routes and maps, an interactive application that:

  • allows you to enter your point of departure and your destination
  • shows you an easy, a fast and a leisure route

Car parking at GMH

There is no staff or visitor car parking at DfT’s London offices. However, limited parking can be arranged for mobility impaired drivers: please speak to the person hosting your meeting.

Is your journey necessary?

While the department welcome visitors, DfT is working to reduce its carbon footprint for business travel in line with government targets and has developed a series of measures to help achieve this:

  • video conferencing
  • promotion of public transport, walking and cycling

Video conferencing

An integrated video conferencing service is available within the department. If you think this might be appropriate for your meeting to avoid travelling, please contact your host at DfT for further information.