Major changes to bus routes around Hounslow will be introduced from the end of May, following a public consultation.
However, planned alterations to two services through Isleworth have been put on hold following concerns they would leave elderly residents cut off from West Middlesex Hospital .
The changes, due to be implemented by Transport for London (TfL) from May 28, will affect routes E8, 110 and the school service 635.
Route E8 will be extended from Brentford High Street to Hounslow Bell Corner, at the east end of Hounslow High Street, via the A315 London Road through Isleworth. Buses will no longer serve Commerce Road. All buses will be double deckers
Route 110 will no longer run between Hounslow bus station and West Middlesex Hospital. It will ne extended from Twickenham, where it currently terminates, to West Middlesex Hospital, via Twickenham Road. It will no longer serve York Street or Arragon Road in Twickenham
School route 635 will no longer run between Hounslow bus station and Brentford County Court. It will continue to run between Hounslow and St Paul's School in Sunbury. TfL says the E8 extension means there will be sufficient capacity on the discontinued section
No changes to H28 route for now
TfL had also proposed to change the H28 route, which currently runs from Bulls Bridge Tesco in Southall to Osterley Tesco.
Under the plans, buses would have continued to Brentford County Court, but missed out the section between Osterley Library and Syon Lane, via West Middlesex Hospital.
Osterley & Spring Grove ward councillor Tony Louki had raised concerns this could leave elderly residents in that area cut off from the hospital.
Proposals to re-route the E8 via Twickenham Road, West Middlesex Hospital and Amhurst Gardens have also been put on hold due to public concerns about the use of double deckers along the latter street.
'Ready if TfL changes its mind'
A petition opposing the changes to routes H28 and E28 was signed by 90 residents of Amhurst Gardens and Alton Close.
Cllr Louki said although he was glad TfL had listened he feared it had only done so because it didn't want a public campaign in the run-up to the London mayoral campaign.
"Councillors and residents will monitor the situation so we are ready if TfL changes its mind about these routes," he added.
TfL says it believes the changes as a whole will improve connections to West Middlesex Hospital, particularly for those travelling from Ealing, following the loss of some services at Ealing Hospital .
It also says they will provide better links to Ealing Broadway, West Ealing and Hanwell stations in time for the launch of Crossrail services there in 2019.
It said it would hold further discussions with Hounslow Council about the proposed changes to the H28 and E8, after deferring its decision on these modifications.
For full details of the changes being made, visit the TfL website .