Redbridge

Increase awareness of your message in the London Borough of Redbridge by advertising at Redbridge Tube station with Transport Media, specialists in placing adverts on the London Underground.

Delayed by World War II, this Charles Holden-designed, Grade II listed building finally opened in 1947. Serving the Central Line and located between Wanstead and Gants Hill, the station sees an annual footfall topping 2.5 million customers; the extensive bus links to several areas of Essex and London mean Redbridge is a significant commuter hub.

79% of passengers on the London Underground when quizzed claimed to have at some point responded directly to an ad on the Underground, with ads influencing purchases, knowledge of events and spurring the users on to search for more information about the ad’s subject. Customers are shown to engage with ads on platforms for more than three minutes, with the audience inside carriages exposed to train car panels for an average of over thirteen minutes.

Available advertising formats include 4 sheet, 6 sheet, 12 sheet and 16 sheet billboards, ticket gateways and train car panels.

Redbridge Station assists your audience in making an immediate purchase decision with its public Wi-Fi, allowing commuters and visitors to get online, visit social media sites, go online to shop or just browse the web to discover your brand.

Transport Media offers tube advertising across all stations on the London Underground.