Green Travel

Our Vision

To support Haringey Council in their vision for a carbon neutral borough by 2040.

Our Aim

To encourage travel via sustainable methods as part of our commitment to minimise our impact on the environment.

By Foot (27%)

  • 27% of visitors walk to the centre - that's 9% more than the industry average

  • Good quality pedestrian access via multiple street level entrances

By Bus (46%)

  • 46% of visitors get the bus to the centre – that’s 19% more than industry average
  • Bus stops are located directly outside the centre
  • 17 routes serve Wood Green directly

By Car (19%)

  • 19% of visitors drive to the centre - that's 24% less than the industry average.
  • 2 car parks with 1,500 parking spaces available

  • 39 disabled bays

  • 37 family spaces


    2 electric charging points 

By Train/Tube (7%)

  • 7% of visitors get the train or tube to the centre – that’s 2% less than industry average.
  • There are 2 tube stations, Wood Green and Turnpike Lane, within a short walk of the centre.
  • The closest train stations are Alexandra Palace and Hornsey, both on London Overground.

By Bike (1%)

  • 1% of visitors travel to the centre on bike
  • Cycle racks can be found near to Kervan (North Mall), Argos (Easter Mall) and Sports Direct (South Mall)
  • A new cycle path was created for Spring 2023 on Mayes Road, improving access to the centre’s Market Hall entrance