Your journey from Highline Building to college
Just moved into Highline Building and want to learn more about your journey to college? This article is for you.
Highline Building is in the heart of Elephant and Castel and only a 5-minute walk from Elephant and Castel tube station. If you are studying at the London School of Communication you'll have a short walk from Highline Building to college.
Worried your commute seems long?
Commuting in London is all part of living the city lifestyle. Londoners will know that it is normal to have an hour commute to school, college or work and the average commute time in London is 74 minutes a day.
Although it may take some time to get used to, commuting is the perfect time to learn something new, get some life admin out of the way and cram in some people watching. Why not make yourself and playlist or put on a good podcast? One of our Halls Reps has put together some playlists to get you started. Trust us, the time will fly by.
Need more help planning your route?
Citymapper is one of the most useful transport apps around and will soon become your favourite travel companion. One of the best things about this app is that it will give you real-time updates on your journey. Many people check it each morning before they leave to see if there are any disruptions to their journey.
If you are travelling on public transport, you will need to wear a face-covering over your mouth and nose for the duration of your journey. Check out these 5 tips for making you feel calmer in your mask.
Please keep 2 metres apart from other where possible and wash your hands before and after every journey. You can also carry a hand sanitiser or use the sanitiser points at stations. For more information on travelling safely on public transport visit the TFL website.
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