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Harrow residents and those living nearby should brace themselves for a weekend of travel disruptions as various ongoing works and events are set to impact the area.

Transport for London (TfL) has issued an advisory outlining the key disruptions that will affect London and local routes to the borough. From Saturday, May 18 to Sunday, May 19, there will be no service between Acton Town and Rayners Lane due to track work and infrastructure upgrades.

To mitigate the inconvenience caused, commuters are being advised to explore alternate routes using the Central or Metropolitan lines between Rayners Lane and Uxbridge. Replacement buses will also be put into operation to support travel between Acton Town and Rayners Lane during this period.

On Saturday, May 18, passengers traveling from Heathrow Terminal 5 will experience a change in their journey. The last train departing at 00:07 will terminate earlier than usual at Ealing Broadway due to construction works related to the High-Speed 2 (HS2) project at Old Oak Common.

Sunday, May 19 will see further disruption with services being suspended between Paddington and Heathrow Terminals 2 and 3 until 07:00. Additionally, there will be no trains running between Paddington and Ealing Broadway until 07:45. A reduced service will also be in effect between Paddington and destinations such as Maidenhead and Heathrow Terminal 4. Passengers traveling to Iver are advised to consider using Reading-bound trains as an alternative.

It is important to note that these disruptions will extend into the following week, from Monday, May 20 to Wednesday, May 22. Updated travel information can be found on the TfL website and passengers are advised to plan their journeys accordingly to avoid any inconvenience.