Getting Around: By Bus


Grand Union Village is on 7 frequent bus routes, including a Night Service from central London – handy for those late nights out and late shifts at work!

Travelling by bus is a cheap and convenient way to get around.

The Village’s bus routes provide quick, direct links to local shopping centres and Tube and train stations.

Buses from the Village are equipped with an automatic system that announces each bus stop so you always know where to get off.

All buses are also fully accessible. DGASD

For up-to-date bus information, call Transport for London’s 24-hour travel information on 0843 222 1234 or visit

The E6 – your Village bus service
The E6 bus calls at the stops on Broadmead Road and runs from the Village to Greenford Station or to Bull’s Bridge. It is likely that the E6 bus will be diverted along Taywood Road once the final phase of building in the village is completed.

Other bus services that serve stops on Ruislip Road are:
E7 Ealing Broadway – Grand Union Village – Ruislip
N7 Russell Square – Grand Union Village – Northolt
E9 Ealing Broadway – Grand Union Village – Welbeck Avenue
120 Hounslow – Grand Union Village – Northolt
282 Ealing Hospital – Grand Union Village – Mount Vernon Hospital

For timetables, visit
or use the journey planner here

Journey Planner

The cheapest way to pay for your bus fares is by using an Oyster card. Find out more at 

Saving money on public transport
There are various discounts for children, older and disabled people as well as for people on the New Deal or income support. Check the Transport for London website for more information.