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List of night buses in London

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First London Alexander Dennis Enviro400 on route N26 in July 2011

The London Night Bus network is a series of night bus routes that serve Greater London. Services broadly operate between the hours of 23:00 and 06:00.

Many services commence from or operate via Trafalgar Square and are extensions or variations of daytime routes and hence derive their number from these; for example, route N73 Oxford Circus to Walthamstow follows that of route 73 as far as Stoke Newington, before continuing further north.[1][2][3]

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HistoryEdit

The first night bus was introduced in 1913. A few more services were introduced over the following decades, before all ceased during World War II. Services resumed after the war, increasing as trams and trolleybuses were replaced in the late 1950s and 1960s. In April 1984, the number of routes was increased from 21 to 32. At this point the peak service required 80 buses, by August 2013 this had grown to 890.[4]

Originally the night bus network had its own fare structure, but with the introduction of the Oyster card in 2003, was incorporated into the Transport for London fare structure. Up until the mid-2000s, all routes had N prefixes. However, as some routes merely mirrored their day time equivalents, the N prefixes were dropped and these routes became 24-hour services; for example, route N14 was no longer differentiated from route 14.[4]

Services are operated by private operators under contract to London Buses. The Night Bus contracts are often bundled with that of the equivalent daytime route and awarded for a five-year period, with an optional two-year extension based on performance standards being met. Some however are tendered individually.[4][5][6]

With some London Underground lines operating a 24-hour service from August 2016 on weekends, a further eight routes commenced 24 hour operation on Friday and Saturday nights.[7] Further changes are expected as the Night Tube network is expanded.

In May 2015, the Night Bus network was the subject of The Night Bus, a Channel 4 documentary.[8][9]

OperationEdit

Night bus routes are often related to the day numerical equivalent, normally running the same route but with an extension at either end of the service. This is normally to provide a night service to destinations served by tube or train during the day.

However, there are a few N-prefixed route numbers that have no relation to their daytime equivalents: the N5, N20 and N97 all operate in a different part of London to their respective day routes, and the N550 and N551 (which provide night service on parts of the Docklands Light Railway network) have no corresponding daytime routes.

Route Start End Operator
N1 Thamesmead Tottenham Court Road station London General
N2 Crystal Palace Marylebone station Arriva London
N3 Bromley North Oxford Circus Abellio London
N5 Edgware Trafalgar Square Metroline
N7 Northolt Oxford Circus Metroline
N8 Hainault Oxford Circus Stagecoach London
N9 Aldwych Heathrow Terminal 5 London United
N11 Ealing Broadway Liverpool Street bus station London General
N15 Romford Oxford Circus Blue Triangle
N16 Edgware Victoria station Metroline
N18 Harrow Weald Trafalgar Square Metroline
N19 Clapham Junction Finsbury Park bus station Arriva London
N20 Barnet Trafalgar Square Metroline
N21 Bexleyheath Trafalgar Square London Central
N22 Fulwell Oxford Circus London General
N25 Ilford Oxford Circus Tower Transit
N26 Chingford Trafalgar Square CT Plus
N27 Hammersmith Chalk Farm London United
N28 Camden Town Wandsworth Tower Transit
N29 Enfield Town Trafalgar Square Arriva London
N31 Camden Town Clapham Junction Tower Transit
N38 Victoria bus station Walthamstow bus station Arriva London
N41 Tottenham Hale Trafalgar Square Arriva London
N44 Aldwych Sutton station London General
N55 Oxford Circus Woodford Wells Stagecoach London
N63 Crystal Palace King's Cross London Central
N65 Chessington World Of Adventures Ealing Broadway London United
N68 Old Coulsdon Tottenham Court Road station London Central
N73 Oxford Circus Walthamstow bus station Arriva London
N74 Baker Street Roehampton London General
N83 Ealing Hospital Golders Green station Metroline
N86 Harold Hill Stratford bus station Stagecoach London
N87 Aldwych Kingston London General
N89 Erith Trafalgar Square London Central
N91 Cockfosters Trafalgar Square Metroline
N97 Hammersmith bus station Trafalgar Square Tower Transit
N98 Holborn Stanmore Metroline
N109 Croydon Oxford Circus Abellio London
N113 Edgware Trafalgar Square Metroline
N133 Liverpool Street bus station Morden Arriva London
N136 Chislehurst Oxford Circus London Central
N137 Crystal Palace Oxford Circus Arriva London
N155 Aldwych Morden London General
N171 Hither Green Tottenham Court Road station London Central
N199 St Mary Cray Trafalgar Square Stagecoach London
N205 Leyton Paddington station Stagecoach London
N207 Holborn Uxbridge station Metroline
N253 Aldgate Tottenham Court Road station Arriva London
N277 Islington, Angel Cubitt Town Stagecoach London
N279 Trafalgar Square Waltham Cross Arriva London
N343 New Cross Gate Trafalgar Square Abellio London
N381 Peckham Trafalgar Square Abellio London
N550 Canning Town Trafalgar Square CT Plus
N551 Gallions Reach Shopping Park Trafalgar Square CT Plus

N1Edit

Route N1 commenced operating on 28 June 1995 between Plumstead garage and Trafalgar Square.[citation needed] It was originally operated by London Central, being taken over by First London in November 1998. In January 2000 it was extended beyond Plumstead to Thamesmead, and in April 2000 withdrawn between Trafalgar Square and Aldwych being diverted to Tottenham Court Road station. In October 2005, the route was taken over by East Thames Buses.[4]

In October 2009, East Thames Buses was sold to London General, which included a five-year contract to operate route N1.[10][11][12]

Current route

Route N1 operates via these primary locations:[13]

N2Edit

Route N2 commenced operating on 13 April 1984 between West Norwood station and Trafalgar Square. In October 1984, it was extended north from Trafalgar Square to Friern Barnet. In June 1995, it was withdrawn between Camden Town and Friern Barnet, and rerouted to Hampstead Heath. In November 1999, the Trafalgar Square to Hampstead Heath section was withdrawn and replaced by route N24. Upon being retendered, it passed from Metroline to Arriva London in April 2000.[4]

Current route

Route N2 operates via these primary locations:[14]

N3Edit

Route N3 began operating on 27 October 1989 between Beckenham Junction station and Victoria bus station via Oxford Circus. In October 1993, it was extended to start back at Chislehurst. In May 2000, it was altered to operate between Bromley North station and Oxford Circus. Its operation also passed from London Central to Connex on the same date.[4]

Route N3 was included in the sale of Connex to Travel London in February 2004[15] which in turn was sold to Abellio London in May 2009.[16][17]

Current route

Route N3 operates via these primary locations:[18]

N5Edit

Route N5 commenced operating on 28 October 1989 between Edgware station and Victoria bus station. In June 1995, it was withdrawn between Trafalgar Square and Victoria. It has been operated by Metroline since its inception.[4]

Current route

Route N5 operates via these primary locations:[19]

N7Edit

Route N7 commenced operating on 30 August 2003 between Northolt and Russell Square. It was initially operated by First London. Upon being retendered it passed to Metroline on 23 June 2007[20] who commenced a further contract on 21 June 2014.[21]

Current route

Route N7 operates via these primary locations:[22]

N8Edit

Route N8 commenced operating on 13 August 1988 between Bow Church and Queensbury station via the City of London. In July 1992, the Marble Arch to Queensbury section was withdrawn, with the route redirected to Victoria bus station. In July 1995, it was altered to operate from Woodford Wells to Trafalgar Square. In June 1999, it once again began operating to Victoria, albeit via Piccadilly Circus. This was altered in April 2000 with it now routed via Berkeley Square. In June 2004, its eastern terminus was altered to Hainault. In June 2009, it was again withdrawn between Oxford Circus and Victoria being replaced by route C2.[4]

Route N8 has been operated by East London/Stagecoach London since its inception. On 28 June 2014, a further contract commenced with New Routemasters.[23][24][25]

Current route

Route N8 operates via these primary locations:[26]

N9Edit

Route N9 commenced operating on 25 February 1994 between Kingston and Trafalgar Square replacing parts of routes N65 and N92. In March 1997 it was extended from Trafalgar Square to Aldwych. In September 2001, the Hammersmith bus station to Kingston section was withdrawn and the route diverted to Heathrow Central bus station, In March 2008 it was extended to the new Heathrow Terminal 5. Route N9 has been operated by London United since its inception.[4]

Current route

N11Edit

N15Edit

N16Edit

Current route

 • Edgware station Bus station  • Station Road  • High Street  • Burnt Oak Broadway  • Edgware Road  • The Hyde  • West Hendon Broadway  • Edgware Road  • Staples Corner  • Edgware Road  • Cricklewood Bus Garage  • Cricklewood Broadway  • Kilburn High Road  • Kilburn station  • Kilburn High Road  • Brondesbury station  • Kilburn High Road  • Kilburn High Road station  • Kilburn High Road  • Maida Vale  • Maida Vale station  • Maida Vale  • Edgware Road  • Edgware Road station  • Edgware Road  • Marble Arch station  • Park Lane  • Hyde Park Corner station  • Grosvenor Place  • Lower Grosvenor Place  • Buckingham Palace Road  • Victoria station Bus station

N18Edit

N19Edit

Current route

 • Clapham Junction station  • Falcon Road  • Battersea  • Battersea Park Road  • Battersea Bridge Road  • Battersea Bridge  • Chelsea  • King's Road  • Sloane Square station  • Sloane Street  • Knightsbridge  • Hyde Park Corner station  • Piccadilly  • Green Park station  • Piccadilly  • Piccadilly Circus station  • Shaftesbury Avenue  • Charing Cross Road  • Tottenham Court Road station  • New Oxford Street  • Bloomsbury Way  • Vernon Place for Holborn station  • Theobalds Road  • Clerkenwell Road  • Rosebery Avenue  • St John Street  • Angel station  • Islington High Street  • Upper Street  • Highbury & Islington station  • St Paul's Road  • Highbury Grove  • Highbury Park  • Blackstock Road  • Rock Street  • St Thomas's Road  • Finsbury Park bus station

N20Edit

Current route

 • Trafalgar Square for Charing Cross station  • Leicester Square station  • Charing Cross Road  • Tottenham Court Road station  • Tottenham Court Road  • Goodge Street  • Warren Street station  • Slip Road  • Euston Road  • Euston bus station  • Eversholt Street  • Mornington Crescent station  • Camden High Street  • Camden Town station  • Kentish Town Road  • Kentish Town station  • Tufnell Park station  • Junction Road  • Archway station  • Archway Road  • Highgate station  • Highgate Wood  • Great North Road  • East Finchley  • East Finchley station  • East End Road  • Regent Park Road  • Finchley Central station  • Ballards Lane  • North Finchley  • Whetstone  • High Road  • Great North Road  • High Barnet station  • Barnet Hill  • Barnet Church

N21Edit

Night Bus Route N21 is the night service for route 21 between Bank and Lewisham, and - until 10 October 2009 - for route 233 between Eltham and Foots Cray, for route 51 between Blackfen and Foots Cray and for route 321 between New Cross Gate and Eltham and Sidcup (Police station) and Foots Cray.

The N21 was introduced to provide a night service over the original route 21 between Central London and Sidcup (Foots Cray), but with a deviation via Avery Hill and Blackfen, to serve the University of Greenwich, which provides the route with steady patronage between there and Central London (not just at weekends either). It originally operated from Victoria to Foots Cray via its current routing but on Friday and Saturday Nights some journeys ran via New Eltham and Mottingham, terminating at Sidcup. In 1999 the route was re-structured again with the extra weekend journeys via New Eltham being revised to operate from Eltham to Chislehurst via Mottingham and was introduced to run every night (not just weekends). The original service to Foots Cray via Blackfen and Sidcup remained unchanged. Changes to the frequency meant buses running every 30 minutes between Victoria and Eltham then every 60 mins to Chislehurst and Foots Cray respectively.

In 2002, another re-structure saw the Chislehurst Journeys withdrawn and run through to Foots Cray. Instead, providing a 30 min service over the whole route. The route was also shortened to start and terminate at Trafalgar Square as opposed to Victoria. On Friday and Saturday nights, patronage was such that extras were introduced between Eltham High Street and Trafalgar Square, combined with the Foots Cray Buses providing a 15-minute service over that section of route. With the withdrawal of the Chislehurst Services, Mottingham and Chislehurst were without a night bus route until Feb 2008 when the N136 was introduced (replacing parts of the N36).

The route was further amended on 10 October 2009, being withdrawn between Blackfen and Sidcup, instead running to Bexleyheath via Blendon, Bridgen and Old Bexley along the established day route 132. The Night service to Sidcup was simultaneously replaced by a 24-hour service on route 321, restoring a night service to New Eltham after an absence of 10 years. On 27 May 2017, the route was transferred to London Central.[27]

Current route

 • Trafalgar Square  • Charing Cross station  • Strand  • Aldwych  • Fleet Street  • Ludgate Circus  • City Thameslink station  • Ludgate Hill  • St Paul's Cathedral  • Cannon Street  • Mansion House station  • Queen Victoria Street  • Bank station  • King William Street  • Monument station  • London Bridge  • London Bridge station  • Borough High Street  • Borough station  • Great Dover Street  • Bricklayers Arms  • Old Kent Road  • New Cross Road  • New Cross Gate station  • New Cross station  • Amersham Road  • Lewisham Way  • Loampit Hill for St Johns station  • Loampit Vale for Lewisham station  • Lewisham High Street  • Lee Bridge  • Lee High Road  • Eltham Road  • Eltham Hill  • Eltham High Street  • Bexley Road  • Avery Hill  • Blackfen Road  • Blendon Road  • Parkhill Road  • Bexley High Street  • Bourne Road  • Gravel Hill  • Broadway  • Arnsberg Way  • Market Place  • Bexleyheath Clocktower

N22Edit

N25Edit

N26Edit

Current route

 • Chingford station  • Station Road  • The Green  • The Ridgeway  • Old Church Road  • Chingford Mount  • Chingford Mount Road  • Chingford Road  • Crooked Billet Roundabout  • Chingford Road  • Hoe Street  • Selborne Road  • Walthamstow bus station  • Selborne Road  • Hoe Street  • Leyton Green  • Leyton High Road  • Leyton (Midland Road) station  • Leyton High Road (junction with Ruckholt Road for Leyton station)  • Ruckholt Road  • Eastway  • Hackney Wick  • Wick Road  • Kenton Road  • Valentine Road  • Well Street  • Hackney  • Mare Street  • Cambridge Heath station  • Hackney Road  • Shoreditch High Street  • Norton Folgate  • Bishopsgate  • Liverpool Street station  • Bishopsgate  • Threadneedle Street  • Bank station  • Queen Victoria Street  • Mansion House station  • Queen Victoria Street  • Friday Street  • Cannon Street  • St Paul's Cathedral  • City Thameslink station  • Ludgate Hill  • Ludgate Circus  • Fleet Street  • Strand  • Aldwych  • Strand  • Charing Cross station  • Strand  • Charing Cross  • Trafalgar Square

N27Edit

N28Edit

Current route

 • Camden Town Bayham Street  • Bayham Street  • Crowndale Road  • Mornington Crescent station  • Camden High Street  • Camden Town station  • Chalk Farm Road  • Chalk Farm station  • Adelaide Road  • Swiss Cottage station  • Finchley Road  • Fairfax Road  • South Hampstead station  • Belsize Road  • Kilburn High Road station  • Kilburn High Road  • Cambridge Avenue  • Kilburn Park station  • Cambridge Gardens  • Rudolph Road  • Kilburn Park Road  • Shirland Road  • Maida Hill The Chippenham  • Chippenham Road  • Elgin Avenue  • Great Western Road  • Westbourne Park station  • Westbourne Park Road  • Chepstow Road  • Pembridge Villas  • Pembridge Road  • Notting Hill Gate station  • Palace Gardens Terrace  • Kensington Mall  • Kensington Church Street  • Kensington High Street  • High Street Kensington station  • Kensington High Street  • Hammersmith Road  • Olympia station  • Hammersmith Road  • North End Road  • West Kensington station  • North End Road  • Fulham Road  • Fulham Broadway  • Fulham Broadway station  • Harwood Street  • New King's Road  • Wandsworth Bridge Road  • Wandsworth Bridge  • Bridgend Road  • Swandon Way  • Wandsworth Town station  • Old York Road  • Fairfield Street  • Wandsworth High Street  • Garratt Lane  • Wandsworth Southside Shopping Centre

N29Edit

N31Edit

Current route

 • Camden Town Bayham Street  • Camden Town station  • Chalk Farm station  • Swiss Cottage station  • Finchley Road  • Fairfax Road  • South Hampstead station  • Belsize Road  • Kilburn High Road station  • Kilburn High Road  • Cambridge Avenue  • Kilburn Park station  • Cambridge Gardens  • Rudolph Road  • Kilburn Park Road  • Shirland Road  • Maida Hill The Chippenham  • Chippenham Road  • Elgin Avenue  • Great Western Road  • Westbourne Park station  • Westbourne Park Road  • Chepstow Road  • Pembridge Villas  • Pembridge Road  • Notting Hill Gate station  • Palace Gardens Terrace  • Kensington Mall  • Kensington Church Street  • Kensington High Street  • High Street Kensington station  • Kensington High Street  • Earl's Court station  • Chelsea  • Battersea  • Clapham Junction station

N38Edit

N41Edit

N44Edit

N53Edit

History

Route N53 commenced operation on 15 June 2019 when route 53 was withdrawn between Lambeth North and Whitehall in order to maintain the night connection to Whitehall.[30]

Current route

 • Plumstead Station  • Plumstead Common  • Woolwich Arsenal Station  • Charlton  • Blackheath, Royal Standard  • Deptford Bridge Station  • New Cross station  • New Cross Gate station  • Old Kent Road  • Bricklayers Arms  • Elephant & Castle  • Lambeth North Station  • St Thomas' Hospital  • Westminster Bridge  • Whitehall

N55Edit

Current route

 • Oxford Circus Vere Street  • Tottenham Court Road station  • Vernon Place for Holborn station  • Old Street station  • Shoreditch  • Cambridge Heath station  • Hackney Central station  • Hackney Downs station  • Clapton Pond  • Clapton station  • Leyton Bakers Arms  • Whipps Cross  • Leytonstone Green Man Roundabout  • Wanstead station  • South Woodford station  • Woodford Green  • Woodford Wells St Thomas church

N63Edit

N65Edit

N68Edit

Current route

 • Old Coulsdon Tudor Rose  • Coulsdon South station  • Coulsdon  • Coulsdon Town station  • Reedham station  • Purley Cross (for Purley station)  • South Croydon  • Croydon High Street  • double run via George Street to East Croydon station  • Wellesley Road Tramlink  • Wellesley Road (for West Croydon Bus station and Tramlink)  • Thornton Heath  • Upper Norwood  • West Norwood station  • Tulse Hill station  • Herne Hill station  • Camberwell Green  • Elephant & Castle station  • Waterloo station Interchange  • Aldwych  • Holborn station  • Tottenham Court Road station St Giles High Street

N73Edit

N74Edit

N83Edit

Route N83 commenced operating on 10 September 2016 between Ealing Hospital and Golders Green station when route 83 was curtailed to only operate between Alperton and Golders Green stations and route 483 introduced between Ealing Hospital and Harrow bus station.[31][32]

Current route

Route N83 operates via these primary locations:[31]

N86Edit

Current route

 • Harold Hill Dagnam Park Square  • Gallows Corner  • Romford station  • Chadwell Heath  • Seven Kings station  • Ilford High Road (for Ilford station)  • Manor Park  • Woodgrange Park station  • Forest Gate  • Stratford Broadway  • Stratford station Bus station

N87Edit

N89Edit

N91Edit

N97Edit

The route is primarily used as a night replacement for the Piccadilly line between Piccadilly Circus and Hammersmith stations. Passengers can then continue their journey using night routes N91 (to Cockfosters) or N9 (to Heathrow). There is currently no night service for the Uxbridge branch. Operation of the route passed from London United to Tower Transit on 5 March 2016.[33]

Current route

 • Trafalgar Square Northumberland Avenue  • Piccadilly Circus station  • Green Park station  • Hyde Park Corner station  • Knightsbridge station  • Harrods  • South Kensington station  • Gloucester Road station  • Earl's Court station  • West Brompton station  • Charing Cross Hospital  • Hammersmith bus station

N98Edit

N109Edit

Current route

 • Croydon Katharine Street  • Wellesley Road Tramlink  • West Croydon Bus station and Tramlink  • West Croydon station  • Thornton Heath  • Norbury station  • Streatham station  • Streatham Hill station  • Brixton station  • Kennington Oval station  • Lambeth North station  • Westminster station  • Trafalgar Square for Charing Cross station  • Piccadilly Circus station  • Oxford Circus station Harewood Place

N113Edit

On 30 June 2012, London Buses route N113 was introduced.[citation needed] TfL have published their proposals which were to create an N113 running along the normal daytime route from Edgware to Oxford Street, but additionally serving Oxford Circus, Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square.[34]

Current route

 • Edgware station Bus station  • Mill Hill Circus  • Hendon Central station  • Brent Cross  • Finchley Road & Frognal station  • Finchley Road station  • Swiss Cottage station  • St. John's Wood station  • Lord's Cricket Ground  • Baker Street station  • Oxford Circus station  • Piccadilly Circus station  •

N133Edit

N136Edit

N137Edit

N155Edit

N171Edit

The original N171 route ran from Tottenham Court Road to Hither Green station. In 2006, the route was changed to terminate at Catford Bus Garage instead of Hither Green, and so mirror the day 171 route.

On 25 June 2010, a consultation was held, proposing to reintroduce the service to Hither Green. On 30 April 2011, following the consultation, the N171 was rerouted to Hither Green station.[35]

Current route

Tottenham Court Road station  • Holborn station  • Aldwych  • Waterloo station  • Elephant & Castle station  • Camberwell Green  • Peckham High Street  • Queens Road Peckham station  • New Cross Gate station  • New Cross station  • Brockley Cross for Brockley station  • Crofton Park station  • Brockley Rise  • Catford station  • Catford Bridge station  • Hither Green station

N199Edit

Route N199 was introduced on 12 September 2015, to replace discontinued night bus N47.[36]

Current route

 • St Mary Cray station Station Approach  • Cray Avenue  • Orpington High Street  • Station Road  • Station Approach  • Orpington station  • Petts Wood station  • Bromley Common  • Masons Hill Bromley South station  • High Street  • Elmfield Road  • Kentish Way  • Widmore Road  • Bromley Market Square  • High Street  • London Road  • Bromley Hill  • Bromley Road (junction with Randlesdown Road for Bellingham station)  • Catford  • Lewisham High Street  • Loampit Vale (for Lewisham station)  • Greenwich station  • Greenwich Church Street (for Cutty Sark station)  • Deptford Evelyn Street  • Grove Street  • Pepys Estate  • Rotherhithe Old Road  • Surrey Quays station  • Canada Water station  • Bermondsey station  • Jamaica Road  • Tooley Street  • London Bridge station  • King William Street  • Monument station  • Cannon Street station  • Mansion House station  • Queen Victoria Street  • St Paul's Cathedral  • Ludgate Hill  • City Thameslink station  • Ludgate Circus  • Fleet Street  • Aldwych  • Charing Cross station  • Trafalgar Square

N205Edit

N207Edit

N242Edit

History

Route N242 commenced opetations on 31 January 2003 running from Homerton Hospital to Tottenham Court Road.

The route was withdrawn on 23 April 2004 when route 242 became a 24 hour service.

Route N242 was reintroduced on 15 June 2019 when route 242 was rerouted to Aldgate and its 24 hour service was withdrawn.[30]

Current Route

 • Homerton Hospital  • Mare Street  • Hackney Central Station  • Dalston  • Shoreditch High Street  • Liverpool Street Station  • Bank Station  • St Paul's Station  • City Thameslink Station  • Chancery Lane Station  • Holborn Station  • Tottenham Court Road Station

N253Edit

N279Edit

N343Edit

Current route

 • New Cross Gate Jerningham Road  • Brockley  • Peckham Rye station  • Elephant & Castle station  • Borough station  • London Bridge station  • Southwark  • Tenison Way (for Waterloo station)  • Aldwych  • Charing Cross station  • Trafalgar Square Whitehall

N381Edit

N550Edit

N551Edit

Current route

 • Gallions Reach Retail Park  • Gallions Reach station  • Beckton Bus station for Beckton station  • Prince Regent station  • Custom House station  • Keir Hardie Estate  • Canning Town station  • South Bromley  • Poplar (All Saints station)  • Limehouse station  • Shadwell  • Aldgate station  • Bank  • Mansion House station  • St Paul's Cathedral  • City Thameslink station  • Aldwych  • Charing Cross Station Road  • Trafalgar Square Cockspur Street

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Route N73Archived 29 June 2015 at the Wayback Machine Transport for London
  2. ^ Route 73 Archived 29 June 2015 at the Wayback Machine Transport for London
  3. ^ Central London Night Bus map Archived 29 June 2015 at the Wayback Machine Transport for London
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i Wallis, Philip (2013). London's Night Buses 1984-2013 (2 ed.). London: Capital Transport Publishing. ISBN 978-1854143723.
  5. ^ Tender Results Archived 29 June 2015 at the Wayback Machine Stagecoach London 16 July 2014
  6. ^ London's Bus Contracting and Tendering Process Archived 23 April 2015 at the Wayback Machine Transport for London
  7. ^ TfL introduces new Friday and Saturdaynight bus services to support Night Tube Archived 18 September 2016 at the Wayback Machine Transport for London 17 August 2016
  8. ^ "The Night Bus" community on Arriva London buses Archived 29 June 2015 at the Wayback Machine Arriva London 11 May 2015
  9. ^ The Night Bus; nocturnal naughtiness on the N29 Archived 10 May 2017 at the Wayback Machine The Guardian 11 May 2015
  10. ^ Go-Ahead Acquires East Thames Buses Archived 22 July 2014 at the Wayback Machine Go-Ahead Group 30 July 2009
  11. ^ Go-Ahead buys East Thames Buses Archived 24 May 2014 at the Wayback Machine Bus & Coach Professional 3 August 2009
  12. ^ East Thames Buses Archived 24 May 2014 at the Wayback Machine Go-Ahead London
  13. ^ Route N1 Map Archived 26 May 2015 at the Wayback Machine Transport for London
  14. ^ Route N2 Map Archived 26 May 2015 at the Wayback Machine Transport for London
  15. ^ National Express buys 200 London buses Archived 31 July 2017 at the Wayback Machine The Telegraph 27 February 2004
  16. ^ National Express Group plc agreement to sell Travel London Archived 2 February 2014 at the Wayback Machine National Express Group 21 May 2009
  17. ^ NedRailways acquisition reinforces long term commitment to UK transport market Archived 18 January 2016 at the Wayback Machine NedRailways 9 June 2009
  18. ^ Route N3 Map Archived 26 May 2015 at the Wayback Machine Transport for London
  19. ^ Route N5 Map Archived 26 May 2015 at the Wayback Machine Transport for London
  20. ^ "Route 7 change reveals increased tendering competition" Buses issue 625 April 2007 page 20
  21. ^ Tender News Archived 30 April 2014 at the Wayback Machine Bus Talk (Go-Ahead London) issue 25 December 2013
  22. ^ Route N7 Map Archived 26 May 2015 at the Wayback Machine Transport for London
  23. ^ Major Routes Retained & First New Bus for London Archived 1 February 2014 at the Wayback Machine Stagecoach
  24. ^ Tender News Archived 27 January 2016 at the Wayback Machine Bus Talk (Go-Ahead London) issue 26 February 2014
  25. ^ Service Changes 24 May to 5 July 2014 inclusive Transport for London 5 June 2014
  26. ^ Route N8 Map Archived 26 May 2015 at the Wayback Machine Transport for London
  27. ^ Bus Service Changes 5 May to 16 June 2017 Transport for London 19 May 2017
  28. ^ Permanent Bus Changes 2 November to 14 December 2018 Transport for London 26 November 2018
  29. ^ Permanent Bus Changes 8 March to 19 April 2019 Transport for London 22 March 2019
  30. ^ a b Bus Service Changes 12 April to 30 June 2019 Transport for London 7 June 2019
  31. ^ a b Changes to route 83 and the introduction of new route 483 Archived 8 October 2016 at the Wayback Machine Transport for London 7 June 2016
  32. ^ Bus Service Changes 5 August to 24 September inclusive Transport for London 27 August 2016
  33. ^ "Over 50 new electric buses on their way to London" Coach & Bus Week issue 1198 21 July 2015 page 6
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