New Malden train station is operated by South Western Railways and offers travellers a direct route into some of London’s most favoured destinations. Take the short stroll from One New Malden and board a train to Clapham Junction (14 minutes), Vauxhall (19 minutes) and Waterloo (24 minutes). Trains in the opposite direction take travellers on a scenic journey out of South West London and into Surrey, with stops at Richmond, Hampton Court, Sunbury-on-Thames and Shepperton. And there’s Crossrail 2, with New Malden a stop on the proposed route.
The A3 provides One New Malden’s arterial road connection, running into Wimbledon, Putney Heath and Clapham Common to the North East, and into Surrey in the South West as it turns into the Esher Bypass. The A3 joins with the M25 at junction 10.
Both of London’s major airports are easily accessible from One New Malden, with Heathrow and Gatwick an equidistant journey by car of about 35 minutes.