Friday, 25 August 2017

Latest London Bus Contract awards

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


31    (Camden Town & White City Bus Station) Awarded to Metroline West with double-decks type yet to be confirmed. Currently operated by Tower Transit with VNW-class Volvo B7TL double-decks from Westbourne Park (X) Garage (Contract start date 28th April 2018)



95     (Southall & Shepherd's Bush Green) Re-awarded to Metroline West using existing fleet 2011 Euro-V ADL E20D diesel single-decks currently on route 274 (28th April)

169   (Clayhall & Barking) Re-awarded to Stagecoach East London with new Euro-VI hybrid double-decks (24th March)

196   (Elephant & Castle & Norwood Junction) Awarded to Abellio with new Euro-VI hybrid double-decks. Currently operated by Go-Ahead London General with E-class ADL E40D double-decks from Stockwell (SW) Garage (5th May)



241   (Stratford City & Canning Town) Re-awarded to Stagecoach East London with new Euro-VI hybrid double-decks (5th May)

247   (Barkingside Station & Romford Station) Re-awarded to Stagecoach East London using existing fleet 2011 Euro-V ADL E40D diesel double-decks currently on route 169 (5th May)



287   (Rainham & Barking Station) Re-awarded to Stagecoach East London with new Euro-VI hybrid double-decks (24th March)

330   (Wanstead Park Station & Canning Town) Re-awarded to Stagecoach East London with new Euro-VI hybrid double-decks (5th May)

474(24-hour) (Canning Town & Manor Park Station) Awarded to Stagecoach East London with new Euro-VI hybrid double-decks. Currently operated by Go-Ahead Blue Triangle with Volvo B7TL diesel double-decks from River Road Barking (RR) Garage (5th May)

N31  (Camden Town & Clapham Junction) Awarded to Metroline West with double-decks type yet to be confirmed. Currently operated by Tower Transit with VNW-class Volvo B7TL double-decks from Westbourne Park (X) Garage (28th April)


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