Advertising on Network Rail property
With over 850 million passengers passing through our managed stations every year and 22 million railway neighbours, our properties offer a unique opportunity to reach a huge audience. There are a variety of different advertising opportunities in and around our stations. Find out more below.
We partner with JCDecaux to offer a hugely diverse portfolio of digital, print and immersive advertising spaces in our managed stations. For more information, please visit JCDecaux's website.
Promotional exhibition spaces
With millions of journeys made daily, one of the best ways to reach your audience is directly in our stations by providing experiential events and activities. We work with SpaceandPeople to provide exhibition spaces in
Across our wide property portfolio, we have approximately 2,200 roadside billboards which are managed by Primesight – these include digital displays, as well as traditional advertising formats. Recently revamped, these sites offer brands many backlit advertising sites in high-profile city locations.
To find out more, please visit Primesight's website.
Ticket gate advertising is a great opportunity for brands to stand out in a busy station environment, and with an estimated 186 million impacts on a two-week campaign in a London station, it’s a great way to be seen!
Find out more about how it works by visiting t4media's website.
Advertising in station washrooms is managed by Admedia. Through its A3 posters, brands have a new media touch point where passengers are away from the distractions of a busy station environment.
Long dwell times of up to 105 seconds and gender targeting opportunities allow marketers to target various audiences with different messages.
Find out more by visiting Admedia's website.
In-station customer information points
Our partners at UK Media manage all in-station customer information points in Network Rail managed stations. This provides brands with high-quality, low‑cost advertising channels in the biggest and busiest stations in the UK.
Find out more by visiting UK media's website.