Crosspoint Distribution Centre

Welcome to the Crosspoint Distribution Centre Travel Plan Site. As your Travel Plan Coordinators we’re here to help you make the most of your area, by finding the best ways to travel to work as well as to local shops, restaurants and other facilities.

This page is designed for you! Think of it as your one stop shop for all the latest, up to date information regarding travel and your local area. On this page you can find information on:

  • Local Shops
  • Rail stations and timetables
  • Bus stops and timetables
  • Cycle routes

Much of the information is provided through direct links to other websites, this ensures that the information we provide is up to date.
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What’s in your local area?

This Accessibility Map provides you with information on the location of your nearest amenities.

Accessibility Map

The U5 bus service operates from Hayes & Harlington rail station to Uxbridge and can be caught from Dawley Road. Other local bus routes serving a number of locations including Hayes Town, Hayes, Stockley Park and Heathrow Central Bus Station are provided from Hayes and Harlington rail station, just a 14 minute walk (1.1km) from your workplace. You can find out more information about these bus services and where to find timetables in the bus section of this page.

Hayes Town is situated approximately within 16 minutes walking distance (5 minute cycle) from the Crosspoint Distribution Centre and offers a range of shops and services including Tesco Express, a variety of banks, McDonalds, Post Office, Costa and Hayes Town medical centre. So why not make the most of it by walking or cycling to the shops on your lunch or on your way home from work?

The Elizabeth Line

The new Elizabeth Line has been introduced into your local area with a brand-new tube station, situated adjacent the Hayes Railway Station. The new line provides direct routes to areas such as Paddington, Reading and more, with step free access.

Rail Services 

Crosspoint Distribution Centre is a 14 minute walk (5 minute cycle) from Hayes and Harlington rail station. You can also access the station via the U5 bus route. Here you can find direct services to London Paddington, Heathrow, Reading and Didcot Parkway with the times and frequencies shown below.

Train Times and Frequencies

For live updates and journey planner services in and out of Hayes and Harlington rail station visit National Rail Enquiries and click on arrivals or departures accordingly.

You can also create a pocket timetable, which will allow you to create a personalised timetable for up to three selected departures and/or arrivals. This can be downloaded as a PDF and printed from here.

Bus Services 

As mentioned previously you can catch the U5 bus service from Dawley Road with a number of other services as shown in the table below which can be caught from Hayes and Harlington rail station.

Cycle Routes 

The Crosspoint Distribution Centre is situated in the vicinity of National Cycle Routes 6 and 61 and can be accessed via an 18 minute cycle ride (6.1km) along the cycle path adjacent to the Grand Union Canal. Why not give cycling a go and see if you can get to work faster!

The map below shows all the cycle routes surrounding the Crosspoint Distribution Centre. The full cycle map can be found here.

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Local Travel News 

This section is intended to keep you moving. Links below direct you to travel updates in your local area.

AA Traffic News – For live information on traffic and travel incidents. If you see the traffic is bad, why not hop on the bus or grab your bike. You could beat the traffic, help congestion and lower pollution!

LiftShare– Thinking about car sharing? This website page allows you find others traveling to Crosspoint Distribution Centre from your local area! So why not check it out and save money on transport?

National Rail Enquiries – For up to date information on your journey and to search for engineering works on rail routes.

Transport for London – For information about what buses run in your area and where they operate.

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