Changes To the 112 Bus Route in Ealing

Madeley Road to be included and new junction at intersection with Hanger Lane

112 bus changes


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Transport for London (TfL) is proposing to change bus route 112 between the A406 Hanger Lane and Ealing Broadway Station (Haven Green) - in a bid to reduce journey times and improve reliability.

The changes would mean that the 112 would run along Madeley Road, which is not currently served by a bus route.

Passengers who currently use route 112 to travel to Ealing Broadway town centre or to connect with bus services on Uxbridge Road would have a short walk from Haven Green. However, overall journey times would be the same or quicker than they are at present.

Route 112 would still run at the same frequencies as now, with buses about every 12 minutes during the day on Mondays to Saturdays, every 15 minutes on Sundays and every 20 minutes each evening. There is no night service on this route.

To enable this new route, the junction of the A406 Hanger Lane with Madeley Road would have to be altered to allow local buses to turn right.

TfL say: ''Our traffic network impact analysis indicates that the proposed changes to the junction would have a minimal impact on general traffic journey times through the junction in both directions.''

If the changes go ahead , route 112 would no longer serve Hanger Lane (south of Madeley Road), Uxbridge Road, The Mall and The Broadway. These roads would continue to be served by route 483.

Full details of the proposal can be found online at:

TfL would like to know what you think about the plans. Views to be submitted by Wednesday 23 October 2016.


13th October 2016




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