All the London railway stations and Piers :
The Barking Riverside is the latest Uber pier to open, and is accessible, and perfect for travel into London from here.
There is a ramp down to the Uber Thames Clipper. Most piers are accessible.
To take motorised scooters onboard, you may need to contact Uber in advance.
Barking Riverside is an Accessible Uber Thames Clippers Pier in London. Barking Riverside is a growing and vibrant new neighbourhood of over 10,000 homes directly on the river Thames.
Accessibility friendly : Yes. Most Uber Thames Clippers Piers are accessible (excluding Wandsworth Riverside, Cadogan West and London Bridge)
Ticket information : The Roamer tickets are the best buys, and include half-price discounted travel for those with Freedom and London60 passes.
General description :
From West to East, the Piers are :
Putney Pier, Wandsworth Riverside Quarter Pier, Plantation Wharf Pier, Chelsea Harbour Pier, Cadogan Pier
Battersea Power Station Pier, Vauxhall (St George Wharf) Pier, Millbank Pier, London Eye (Waterloo) Pier, Westminster Pier, Embankment Pier, Blackfriars Pier, Barking Riverside, London Bridge City Pier, Tower Pier, Canary Wharf Pier, Doubletree Docklands Pier, Greenland (Surrey Quays) Pier, Masthouse Terrace Pier, Greenwich Pier, North Greenwich Pier, Royal Wharf Pier, Woolwich (Royal Arsenal) Pier and the (new) Barking Riverside.
Weekend services are only between Battersea Power Station Pier and Woolwich (Royal Arsenal) Pier; and many of the weekday services are mainly between Battersea Power Station Pier and North Greenwich Pier, and also miss Blackfriars Pier. See timetables for more detail.