Commuting by bus
Catching a bus is a much cheaper option compared to car. Unlike driving, you can make use of the journey time to read a book or the daily newspaper, eat your breakfast, even to catch up with friends and family on the phone.
Heathrow is served by an extensive network of local buses, which operate from the central bus station. Some services also stop at Terminals 4 and 5. What’s more, you can save money on bus travel with our Heathrow Travelcard.
An extensive local bus network provides a low-cost route between Heathrow and towns in west London. Many services offer free travel within the airport site.
Direct luxury coaches from Reading, Watford and Woking rail stations and the 285 bus from Feltham allow you to connect in comfort and in style to the national rail network.
Did you know that you don't have to be a rail passenger to use these services?
Bus routes 203, H25 and H26 - Closure of Hatton Road
Route 203 operates between Hounslow bus station and Staines bus station. Route H25 operates between Hanworth and Hatton Cross station, and route H26 operates between Feltham and Hatton Cross station.
From Monday 28 July buses on these routes will be diverted for about a month due to the partial closure of Hatton Road (from Faggs Road to New Road) for road reconstruction works on behalf of Hounslow Council.
Buses will be diverted as follows:
Towards Staines, buses will be diverted via Hatton Road South, A30 Great West Road, Clockhouse Roundabout, Staines Road, Hatton Road and Stanwell Road.
Towards Hounslow, buses will be diverted via Stanwell Raod, A30 Great South West Road and Hatton Road South.
Routes H25 and H26
Towards Hanworth/Feltham, buses will be diverted via Hatton Road South, A30 Great South West Road and Clockhouse Roundabout.
Towards Hatton Cross, buses will be diverted via Stanwell Road, A30 Great South West Road and Hatton Road South.