Have your say on proposed changes to route 92 in Ealing

Closed 26 Jan 2020

Opened 16 Dec 2019


A new development in Greenford in the London Borough of Ealing includes around 2,000 residential properties for private rent along with associated retail facilities. Route 92 currently serves Oldfield Lane North to the west of the development. There is currently no bus service on the section of Greenford Road to the east of the development.  

We have been working closely with the developer and the London Borough of Ealing to provide bus services to the new development by installing new bus stops and a bus lane on Berkeley Avenue to the south of the new development.  

What is proposed?  

It is proposed to re-route the 92 via Berkeley Avenue and Greenford Road in order to serve the new development.  

Please see the map below for more information.

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Route 92 proposed changes map (PDF 64KB)

How these changes will benefit local community?  

The proposed changes will deliver the following benefits to our customers in the local area:  

  • The proposed new stops at Berkeley Avenue would provide better walking access to the bus network for the residents of the new development
  • The proposed changes would bring buses closer to the parade of shops at Greenford Road (north of Horsenden Lane)
  • The proposed new pair of stops on Berkeley Avenue would bring an area around Elton Avenue, which is currently remote from the bus network, within walking distance of the network

 Impact on protected groups  

The proposed changes increase current bus service provision. It is therefore expected to benefit all customers. However, we have undertaken an Equality Impact Assessment (EqIA). The EqIA examines what impact (positive or negative) our proposal has on customers with characteristics protected by the Equality Act 2010.

We consider the impacts of bus service change proposals on equality groups throughout the planning process ensuring, where possible, effective mitigations are in place where no viable alternative is available. This EqIA can be found below.

Route 92 proposed changes EqIA (PDF 56KB)

We would welcome feedback to better understand how protected groups would be affected by our proposal.

Have your say

We would like to know what you think about our proposal to change route 92. Your comments and suggestions will help inform our final decision making.  

Please give us your views by completing the online consultation form by 26 January 2020.

Alternatively, you can:

You can also request paper copies of plans and a response form, copies in Braille, large text or another language by emailing consultations@tfl.gov.uk, writing to FREEPOST TFL CONSULTATIONS, or calling 0343 222 1155.

Depending on the feedback from this consultation, we hope to make these changes in spring 2020.  

This consultation is part of the process which fulfils the requirement for TfL to consult under Section 183 of the Greater London Authority Act 1999.


  • Ealing


  • Anyone from any background


  • Bus route 92