Thursday, 13 April 2017

Latest London Bus contract awards


The latest awards have recently been announced by Transport for London as follows:

 



33/N33      (Hammersmith & Fulwell) Re-awarded to London United using existing fleet 2010 Euro-V diesel single-decks (new contract date 11th November).


88/N88      (Clapham Common & Camden Town) Re-awarded to Go-Ahead London General using existing fleet 2015 LT-class Wrightbus NRM (9th December).
118            (Morden Station & Brixton) Re-awarded to Go-Ahead London General using existing fleet 2010 Euro-V and 2012 diesel double-decks (3rd February 2018).
170            (Roehampton & Victoria) Re-awarded to Go-Ahead London General with a mixture of new Euro-VI and existing fleet 2010 Euro-V diesel single-decks (9th December).


220/N220  (Wandsworth & Willesden Junction Station) Re-awarded to London United using existing fleet 2012 Euro-V diesel double-decks (21st October).
355            (Mitcham & Brixton) Re-awarded to Go-Ahead Metrobus with new Euro-VI diesel single-decks (9th December).
419            (Hammersmith & Richmond) Re-awarded to London United initially using existing fleet 2005 built diesel single-decks. Eventually these will be replaced by existing fleet 2010 Euro-V diesel single-decks, when another route is converted to all-electric single-deck operation (11th November).
470           (Colliers Wood & Epsom) Re-awarded to Quality Line using existing fleet 2012 Euro-V diesel single-decks (18th November).

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Staying with a London theme. With the Easter holiday period upon us, the various airports around the country will be accommodating extra passengers intent on heading to faraway places. Many will travel by public transport including by bus to Heathrow Airport. A selection of images of such transport is in the latest album on the Flickr site, which can now be viewed by clicking  here

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