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Street Plan - Station Road Harrow

Station Road, Harrow, Middlesex, HA1 2AT

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Introduction

  • Station Road Harrow is situated in the London Borough of Harrow and is in 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 from one end to the other is 0.26miles in total.
  • There are several bus stops throughout Station Road on both sides of the road.
  • There are bus stops in the nearby College Road.
  • 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.

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Station Road - Street Overview

  • Station Road in Harrow runs from Gayton Road to Sheepcote Road.
  • The length of the route from one end to the other is 0.3miles in total.
  • Station Road is divided up into 3 sections in this guide;
  • 1. Gayton Road to College Road.
  • 2. College Road to St Anns Road.
  • 3. St Anns Road to Sheepcote 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 on the route.
  • There is an easy downhill slope throughout the route.

Junction - Gayton Road and Station Road

  • There is a pedestrian crossing at the junction of Gayton Road and Station Road to cross Gayton Road.
  • This crossing has dropped kerbs with tactile paving and a low level push button, which is 93cm in height from the floor and has an audio beep.
  • This crossing is on the left as you look up Station Road from Gayton Road.
  • Gayton Road is a two way road so be aware of the traffic from both directions and traffic exiting from Station Road.
  • There is an additional crossing area to the right on Gayton Road with tactile paving, but this is not a pedestrian crossing.
  • This junction represents the start and end of this guide.

Section 1 – Gayton Road to College Road

  • The length of this section is approximately 121m.
  • From the Gayton Road end, the path will be on both sides of a two way road in which the traffic flows both ways.
  • The pathways on the left and right are on a downward slight slope.
  • The pathways on both sides of the road is concrete tiles and concrete paving slabs with uneven sections throughout.
  • The pathway on both sides of the road has a very slight slope downhill as you make your way towards College Road.
  • The pathways on both sides are over 140cm in width throughout.
  • The pathways narrow in some parts down to 140cm as you approach shop signs, bus stops, bins and cycle racks.
  • The pathways have several bins along the route which are close to the road.
  • There is a crossing with dropped kerbs and tactile paving to cross the road outside Ballos Barbers on the left and Iceland to the right.
  • There is a bus stop on both sides of the road.
  • They are next to Coral on the left side and McDonald's on the right.
  • There are Blue Badge parking bays (strip parking) available midway along the route outside McDonald's.

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 2 – College Road to St Anns Road

  • The length of this section is approximately 149m.
  • From the College Road end, the path will be on both sides of a two way road, in which the traffic flows both ways but is now only for buses.
  • The pathways on both the left and right are on a slight downward slope.
  • The pathways on both sides of the road are concrete tiles and concrete paving slabs with uneven sections throughout.
  • The pathways on both sides of the road have a slight slope downhill as you make your way towards St Anns Road.
  • The pathways on both sides are 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 by Burger King on the left hand side and Paddypower on the right hand side.
  • There is a crossing with dropped kerbs and tactile paving to cross the road outside Warrens Bakery on the left and Paddy Power on the right.

Junction – Station Road and St Anns Road

  • St Anns Road is a pedestrianised road leading into Station Road with a wide paved area.
  • There are dropped kerbs with tactile paving to cross over to the opposite side of Station Road.
  • There are no pedestrian crossings available.

Section 3 – St Anns Road to Sheepcote Road

  • The length of this section is approximately 160m.
  • From the St Anns Road end, the path will be on both sides of a two way road in which the traffic flows both ways but is now only for buses.
  • The pathways on both sides of the road is concrete tiles and concrete paving slabs 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 and some seating.
  • There is a bus stop on both sides of the road by Debenhams .

Junction-Station Road and Sheepcote Road

  • There is a pedestrian crossing to cross Station Road as you reach Sheepcote 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 which is 93cm in height to activate the crossing.

Public Toilets

  • There are no public accessible or standard toilets available in Station Road.
  • There are several restaurants and two nearby shopping centres with accessible and standard toilets available.

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