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As we invite you to consider your alternative ways of commuting to work, we want to equip you with everything you need to know in order to make the right choice for you.
If you’re struggling to find the information you need in the different pages, then take a look at our Commuting FAQ below to find out more on Way2Go, the different commuting methods, and more.
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With the launch of our refreshed Heathrow 2.0 sustainability strategy, being greener is a key topic when it comes to getting to Heathrow. We’re aiming to give colleagues all the information needed to make more sustainable choice with how they get to work.
You can see what benefits can be found when choosing specific sustainable commutes, but the main reason for choosing a greener commute is cutting down on our emissions and doing our part to make Heathrow a great place to live and work.
You can get in touch with us using firstname.lastname@example.org for any specific questions or advice which isn’t covered here.
Alternatively, dial in to the Virtual Roadshow on the first Wednesday of every month, between 13:00 and 15:00, where you can ask our panel of experts for advice about commuting more sustainably.
The Cycle Hub – conveniently located in the Heathrow Academy on Newall Road – can provide you with advice on routes and recommendations on bikes or equipment to make your sustainable commute as smooth as possible.
Heathrow ID holders also get 10% off all purchases made at the Cycle Hub and free bike servicing up to £50 (excluding parts).
You can use our comprehensive Heathrow cycle map to see all of the cycling routes around Heathrow. They are colour-coded to show the type of path you would need to cycle along, meaning you can pick one that best suits you.
Colleagues with Heathrow ID can choose from the following free options, though please note tha the tunnel is closed to cyclists.
All trains between terminals are free.
Heathrow Express/Elizabeth line: Please obtain an Inter-Terminal Transfer ticket from the machines at the station. Alternatively, you can use an Oyster card (with sufficient credit) or a contactless card/mobile device. You will not be charged for your journey between Heathrow terminals.
Piccadilly line: You will need an Oyster card (with sufficient credit) or contactless card/mobile device. You will not be charged for your journey between all Heathrow terminals and Hatton Cross.
H30 bus: The free H30 bus runs between Heathrow terminals and Hatton Cross Station.
Folded bikes are carried free of charge without restrictions on all train and Tube services to Heathrow, plus Great Western Railway and South Western Railway services which operate nearby.
Standard bikes can only be taken on specific train and Tube services:
All buses and coaches are fully wheelchair accessible. We recommend pre-booking on coach services if you are a wheelchair user - please check the website of the relevant service you would like to use.
It is very important that you validate your journey on the Liftshare App on the way to work. This will then enable you to park in the priority car share spaces, if your car park has them. Please see the car share page for more details
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