New Hythe Railway Station serves the village of New Hythe in Kent with regular Southeastern trains operating on the Medway Valley Line. Trains from New Hythe generally operate half-hourly, for two trains an hour departing to Maidstone West from platform 2 with alternates extending to either Paddock Wood or Tonbridge, and two an hour to Strood from platform 1. Connections to London, Luton Town, Dover Priory, and other destinations are available at Strood.
Facilities at New Hythe include a set of bicycle stands for customer use and self-service ticket machines equipped with the full range of fares. Smartcards may also be topped up at the machines. Train running information is provided via digital departure screens and automated announcements. Basic bench seating is installed on both platforms, as are customer help points. There is step-free access to platform 2 (for Maidstone West) only; platform 1 (for Strood) is accessed by stairs only.
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|Cycle storage spaces||10|
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|Step-free access||Part of station|
|Step-free access notes|
Platform 2 step free. No car park.
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|Accessible taxis notes|
Accessible taxis are not available
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