Ruislip Residents' Association

Buses

Ruislip is well served by buses. See London Bus routes serving Ruislip.

For interactive route finders, plus timetables, please see the Transport for London website or go directly to the Bus Stops page to search for arrival times while out and about.


View Bus arrival times from your home computer, or whilst on the move via your smartphone here.

If your initial search by road or bus route does not come up with anything, try typing in ‘Ruislip’, bringing up an interactive map which you can then use to zoom in to your chosen area to find the correct road/bus number that you wish to check for.

First published on 21 February 2012.  Last updated on 23 February 2016

Boris Johnson recently unveiled the new design of routemaster bus, which should be running on some central London routes in 2012.
He said the buses were a combination of "nostalgia" and the "latest technology".

The fuel-efficient bus will be quieter than its diesel-run predecessor and it will have a platform at the back to allow·passengers the traditional hop-on hop-off service.·  It will have both a driver and a conductor, just as it used to.
Wrightbus is making the vehicle, and it was designed by Thomas Heatherwick.

Published on 10 May 2011

There have been reported instances (both in Hillingdon and Central London as a whole) where disabled passengers have been denied access to a bus, leaving them stranded at the bus stop.    Sometimes this has been due to the ramp not working on a bus, but at other times it has apparently been caused by the bus driver being rude and unhelpful and refusing permission for the passenger to board.    We strongly encourage you to report any such instances, both to TfL and to the relevant bus company (if there is one), so that they can clearly monitor any such mechanical, or personnel, failures. 
Published on 10 May 2011

U1 Bus  Map of bus routes

U1 – goes from Ruislip Station to West Drayton Station, via Ruislip High Street, West Ruislip Station, Ickenham Parade, Hillingdon Sports & Leisure complex, Uxbridge Station, Uxbridge High Street, Hillingdon Civic Centre, Brunel University, Hillingdon Hospital, Yeading and West Drayton station (for trains to Paddington and Reading). It runs every 15 minutes during the day, and every half hour in the late evening and on Sundays.

U10 – goes from Ruislip Heathfield Rise to Uxbridge Station, via Ruislip High Street, Ruislip Station, West Ruislip Station, Ickenham Station, Swakeley Drive, Hillingdon Sports & Leisure complex and Uxbridge Station. It runs hourly during the day and early evening. There is no service on Sundays or Bank Holidays.

H13 – goes from Ruislip Lido to St Vincent’s Hospital in Pinner, via Bury Street, Ruislip High Street, Ruislip Station, Ruislip Manor Station, Field End Road, Highgrove Pool & Gym, St Thomas Moore & St Lawrence’s churches, Pinner Station and St Vincent’s Hospital. It runs every 15 minutes during the day, and every half hour in the late evening and on Sundays.

E7 – goes from Ruislip Station to Ealing Broadway, via Ruislip Gardens, RAF Northolt, Polish War Memorial, Yeading, Greenford, West Ealing Station and Ealing Broadway Station (both are on the Paddington GWR line).

331 – goes from Ruislip Station to Uxbridge Station, via Ruislip High Street, Bury Street, Ladygate Lane, Breakspear Crematorium, Six Bells, Ducks Hill Road, Northwood College, Northwood Station, London School of Theology, Holy Trinity Church, Mount Vernon Hospital, Harefield, Denham, New Denham, Uxbridge High Street and Uxbridge Station. It runs every 20 minutes during the day, and every half hour in the late evening and on Sundays.

114 – goes from Ruislip Station to Mill Hill Broadway, via Ruislip Manor Station, Ruislip Manor Library, South Ruislip Station, Victoria Road Retail Park, Alexandra Avenue, South Harrow Station (Piccadilly line), Harrow-on-the-Hill Station (Metropolitan line and Chiltern Railways), Harrow town centre, Kenton Station (Bakerloo line and London Overground), Queensbury Station (Jubilee line), Burnt Oak Station (Northern line) and Mill Hill Broadway Station (Northern line). It runs every few minutes during the day and evening. It is planned that this service will become 24-hour in the near future. This will allow it to connect to the Night Tube service.

398 – goes from Ruislip Station to Northolt, via Ruislip Manor Station, Eastcote Station, Rayners Lane Station and South Harrow Station. It runs every half an hour until early evening.

Published on 03 November 2016
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