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Street Plan - College Road Harrow

College Road, Harrow, Middlesex, HA1 2AN

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Introduction

  • College Road Harrow is situated in the London Borough of Harrow and is in the north-west of London.
  • It borders Hertfordshire to the north and other London boroughs including; Hillingdon to the west, Ealing to the south, Brent to the south-east and Barnet to the east.
  • The length of the route is 0.26 miles in total.
  • There is a bus stop in College Road next to the bus station.
  • There is a bus station in College Road, next to Harrow-on-the-Hill tube and railway station.
  • The nearest railway station is Harrow-on-the-Hill.
  • The nearest tube station is Harrow-on-the-Hill.
  • There is a taxi rank outside Harrow-on-the-Hill tube and railway station.

Parking

  • Blue Badge Parking (2*)
  • There are several Blue Badge parking bays in College Road located near Artisan and the Sony Centre.
  • Parking is free for Blue Badge holders displaying a valid Blue Badge.
  • Public Car Parks (1*)
  • There are several public car parks close to Station Road.
  • These are located in Lyon Road (rear of Iceland), Greenhill Way (rear of Debenhams), St Georges Shopping Centre (off Headstone Road) and St Anns Shopping Centre (off College Road).
  • For St Georges shopping centre parking click here
  • For St Anns shopping centre parking please click here
  • For Greenhill Way parking please click here
  • On Street Standard Parking (0*)
  • There is on-street pay and display parking available in College Road next to Keencare Pharmacy.

College Road - Street Overview

  • College Road in Harrow runs from Station Road to Kymberley Road.
  • The route has an easy uphill slope and then has an easy downhill slope.
  • Station Road is divided up into 2 sections in this guide;
  • 1. Station Road to St Annes Shopping Centre.
  • 2. St Anns Shopping Centre to Kymberley Road.
  • The lighting along Station Road is mostly modern bright white lighting on grey concrete lamp posts.
  • There is tactile paving and dropped kerbs as you approach all junctions along the route.

Junction – Station Road to College Road

  • There is a pedestrian crossing to cross Station Road as you reach College Road, allowing access between both sides of Station Road.
  • This crossing has a dropped kerb on both sides and tactile paving, with a low level push button to activate the crossing.
  • There is a pedestrian crossing at the junction of Station Road and College Road on the left hand side of the road to cross College Road.
  • At this Junction the pedestrian crossing has dropped kerbs with tactile paving on both sides.
  • The crossing has a low level push button which is 93cm in height to activate the crossing.
  • There is a crossing at the junction of Station Road and College Road on the left hand side of the road.
  • At the Junction there is a pedestrian crossing with a dropped kerb with tactile paving on both sides.
  • The crossing has a low level push button which is 93cm in height to activate the crossing.
  • There is a pedestrian crossing after you cross College Road on the right to reach the opposite side of Station Road.
  • This crossing is a pedestrian crossing with dropped kerbs on both sides with tactile paving and a low level push button which is 93cm in height to activate the crossing.
  • College Road is a two way street, so there is traffic from both directions and traffic exiting from Station Road.

Section 1 – Station Road to St Anns Shopping Centre

  • The length of this section is approximately 160m.
  • From the Station Road end, the path will be on both sides of a two way road, in which the traffic flows both ways.
  • The path is on an easy slope uphill and switches to an easy slope downhill just before you reach St Anns Shopping Centre.
  • The pathways on both sides of the road is paving blocks and concrete slabs with uneven sections throughout.
  • The pathways on both sides is over 150cm in width.
  • The pathways narrows in some parts down to 150cm as you approach shop signs, bus stops, seats and cycle racks on the pathway.
  • The pathways have several bins along the route which are close to the road.
  • There is a taxi rank available midway through this section, opposite the post office.
  • There are Blue Badge parking bays (strip parking) available midway along the route outside Artisan and the Sony Centre.
  • There is a quiet side road to cross just before the row of shops.
  • There is dropped kerbs and tactile paving to cross this side road.
  • There is a bus stop available at the end of this section by Harrow-on-the-Hill railway and tube station.

Junction – St Anns Shopping Centre

  • There is a pedestrian crossing to cross College Road which allows access to both sides of the road and connects the railway and tube stations to St Anns Shopping Centre.
  • This crossing has a dropped kerb on both sides and tactile paving, with a low level push button at a height of 93cm to activate the crossing.
  • College Road is a 2 way street, so there is traffic from both directions.
  • There are double automatic doors to enter St Anns Shopping Centre.
  • There is ramped and stepped access to Harrow-on-the-Hill tube and railway station.
  • There are double automatic doors to enter the station.

Section 2 – St Anns Shopping Centre to Kymberley Road

  • The length of this section is approximately 89m.
  • From St Anns Shopping Centre end, the path will be on both sides of a two way road in which the traffic flows both ways.
  • The pathways on both sides of the road is concrete slabs and concrete, with uneven sections throughout.
  • The pathways on both sides of the road has a slight slope downhill as you make your way towards St Anns Road.
  • The pathways on both sides is over 150cm in width throughout.
  • The pathways do narrow in some parts down to 150cm as you pass shop signs, cycle racks and bus stops along the route.
  • The pathways have several bins which are close to the road.
  • There is a bus stop on both sides of the road next to the railway and tube station.
  • There is a dropped kerb with tactile paving to cross the exit to the bus station, just after you start the section route from St Anns Shopping Centre on the left hand side pathway.
  • There is a road to cross on the right pathway near to the end of the route, which gives vehicles access to St Anns Shopping Centre Car Park.
  • This crossing is level and has no dropped kerbs or tactile paving.

Junction – College Road and Kymberley Road

  • There is a pedestrian crossing to cross College Road which allows access to both sides of the road.
  • This crossing has a dropped kerb on both sides and tactile paving, with a low level push button at a height of 93cm to activate the crossing.
  • There is a pedestrian crossing to cross Kymberley Road.
  • The crossing has dropped kerbs on both sides and tactile paving on both sides.
  • The crossing has a low level push button at a height of 93cm to activate the crossing.
  • College Road is a two way street as is Kymberely Road, so there is traffic coming from both directions on both roads.

Public Toilets

  • An accessible toilet and standard toilets are available next to the bus station.
  • There are accessible and standard toilets available in St Anns Shopping Centre.
  • There are several restaurants with accessible and standard toilets throughout the High Street.

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