Transport Within Harrow
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Both the tube and the overground service Harrow. There are also regular buses in the area, which makes for excellent transport links. London Heathrow and London Gatwick are both just over an hour away from Harrow, as is Luton and City Airport. The A4005 runs through Harrow on the Hill, the A409, A4088, A4006 and A404 are close by, as is the A40, which leads to the M40. The roads in Harrow are generally safe, the Department of Transport provided research that suggests you are 20 times more likely to have an accident in the city.
Harrow Stations and Bus Stations
Train stations are Harrow and Wealdstone; these stations are on the Bakerloo line. The Metropolitan line services North Harrow, West Harrow and Harrow on the Hill. The Piccadilly line services all South Harrow and Sudbury Hill. All stations excluding Sudbury Hill are zone 5. You can travel to Euston in roughly 15 minutes. Harrow on the Hill to Marylebone takes around the same amount of time. A number of buses service Harrow and the surrounding areas, these include the following numbers: 114, 140, 182, 182, 186, 223, 258, 340, 618, 619, 640 and the night bus N18.