West London has 129 rail and underground stations, making it a strategic hub for the capital. A series of major infrastructure improvements are set to add to the area’s already outstanding rail links over the next few years.
Europe’s busiest airport provides direct routes to fast growing markets in Asia, the Americas and the rest of the world. Flights depart to 204 different destinations in 85 different countries.
Minutes on the train to Gatwick, London’s second international airport
West London is easily accessed by car, with five motorways providing quick routes to the rest of the country. The M25 London orbital opens up easy access to the rest of the capital, while the M40 offers routes to the north west. The UK’s first motorway, the M1, leads to the north east, with Luton Airport 20 minutes away. The M4 runs to South Wales, while the M3 opens routes to the south west of England. Many of the UK’s major A roads also service West London, including the A312, A4, A5, A40, A41, A30 and the A406 north circular.