Attention keen runners! The annual Ealing Half Marathon will be taking place on Sunday September 25 from 9am yet again.

But even if you're not taking on the 13.1 mile run, you may still be affected by road closures and traffic restrictions on the day.

The roads which the event will pass through will be closed to traffic, with a rolling road closure in operation.

The route is a single lap, taking in parts of Central Ealing, Montpelier, Pitshanger, West Ealing, Hanwell and St Stephens, before heading to Lammas Park via the Uxbridge Road.

The race organisers and Ealing Council have said: "We appreciate that some residents will be inconvenienced by the road closures in place for the safety of all, and would like to thank residents for their understanding".

So, to make life a bit easier for you, here's how to get to the race, as well as the road closures that may affect your journey.

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How to get there


  • Northfields Station on the Piccadilly Line (Heathrow Branch) is within a 10-minute walk of the Start/Finish area.
  • Ealing Broadway Station on the Central and District Lines is a 15-minute walk from the Start/Finish area.
  • South Ealing Station on the Piccadilly Line (Heathrow Branch) is within a 10-minute walk of the Start/Finish area.


  • Mainline from London Paddington to Ealing Broadway Station, which is a 15-minute walk from the Start/Finish area.
  • From the West, Ealing Broadway is served by trains from Slough, Maidenhead, Reading and beyond.

West Ealing and Hanwell stations are not operational on Sundays.


Bus diversions will be in place from 7.30am on race day.

65: Alight at South Ealing Station, which is a five minute walk from the Start/Finish area.

207/427: Alight at Ealing Police Station, which is a 10 minute walk from the Start/Finish area.

83: Alight at Ealing Police Station, which is a 10 minute walk from the Start/Finish area.

E2: Alight at Northfield Avenue/Graham Avenue, which is adjacent to the Start/Finish area.

Diversions are in operation on the 207/427 and 83 routes on the morning of the race.

Road closures

Roads off the route and adjacent roads will also be affected. Traffic access will be affected in the whole area from 8am onwards.

Road Name Road Closure Anticipated Road Re-Opening
Church Lane 8am 12.55pm
Culmington Road 8am 12.55pm
Churchfield Road 8am 12.55pm
Broomfield Road 8am 12.55pm
Uxbridge Road (part) 8am 12.55pm
Longfield Avenue 8.50am 12.20pm
Gordon Road 8.50am 12.15pm
Carlton Gardens 8.50am 9.50am
Carlton Road (part) 8.50am 9.50am
Eaton Rise 8.50am 10am
Montpelier Road 8.55am 10.20am
Mount Park Road 8.55am 10.05am
Aston Road 8.55am 10.10am
Woodville Road 8.55am 10.10am
Park View Road 8.55am 10.15am
Hillcrest Road 8.55am 10.15am
West Road 9am 10.20am
Helena Road 9am 10.20am
Mount Avenue 9am 10.20am
Woodfield Road 9am 10.20am
Pitshanger Lane 9am 10.35am
Curzon Road 9am 10.35am
Meadvale Road 9.05am 10.40am
Pitshanger Park 9.05am 10.40am
Woodbury Park Road 9.05am 10.45am
Scotch Common (part) 9.10am 10.50am
Kent Avenue 9.10am 10.50am
Cleveland Road (part) 9.10am 10.55am
Wimbourne Gardens 9.10am 10.55am
St Stephens Road 9.10am 11am
St Stephens Avenue 9.10am 11am
Argyle Road 9.15am 12.10am
Courtfield Gardens 9.20am 12.10am
Drayton Bridge Road 9.20am 12.10am
Greenford Avenue 9.20am 12.10am
Home Farm Road 9.20am 11.45am
Westcott Crescent 9.20am 11.45am
Cuckoo Avenue 9.20am 11.45am
Borders Road 9.20am 11.45am
Cuckoo Lane 9.20am 12pm
Church Road 9.20am 12pm
Bunny Park 9.20am 12pm
Alwyne Road 9.25am 12pm
Manor Court Road 9.25am 12.10pm
The Avenue 9.20am 12.15pm
Lavington Road 9.15am 12.55pm
Kingsdown Avenue 9.15am 12.55pm
St Aidans Road 9.45am 12.55pm
Elers Road 9.45am 12.55pm
Lammas Park 8am 1pm

Take a look back at 2015's Ealing Half Marathon in our photo gallery.