Updated: Jan 15
The new Iver railway station opened in May 2022 and the Elizabeth line has replaced all GWR trains.
Seamless connections through Paddington to the East opened in November 2022.
There is now a regular service between Reading and through London Paddington to Abbey Wood or Shenfield.
Stops at Bond Street, Tottenham Court Road, Farringdon, Liverpool Street, Whitechapel Canary Wharf, Custom House and Woolwich open up the West End, the City and the East of London to Iver residents.
The station is not yet enabled for Oyster cards. Oyster cards are only available to use from West Drayton station.
At the moment no designated car parking is available for the station although a car park was planned when the parking restrictions came into effect this did not happen.
If you wish to claim a 'Service Delay Refund' and have used a contactless payment card, you can do this online via your account on the TfL website (link). If you have purchased a paper ticket, currently the only way to claim a refund is to contact TfL customer services, either online or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), providing a copy of your ticket and receipt, along with details of your delayed journey. (GWR Delay Repay no longer applies as services are now operated by TfL.)