London Buses route 405

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Metrobus Scania OmniDekka at Redhill bus station in June 2009
Operator London General
Arriva London
Garage Croydon (C)
Croydon (TC)
Vehicle Scania OmniDekka
DAF DB250LF 10.2m / Wright Pulsar Gemini
Peak vehicle requirement 9
Start Redhill
Via Merstham
Pampisford Road
End West Croydon station
Length 7 miles (11 km)
Level Daily
Frequency 15-30 minutes
Journey time 05:40 until 00:51
Operates 34-63 minutes

London Buses route 405 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, England. Running between Redhill and West Croydon station, it is operated by London General and Arriva London.


Route 405 was previously part of the London Country South West network, operating from Crawley to West Croydon station. On 21 April 2001 it became a Transport for London route between Redhill and Croydon. Upon being tendered it passed to Connex.

Upon being re-tendered, on 20 August 2003 the route passed to Metrobus. Upon being re-tendered, it was retained by Metrobus with a new contract commencing in August 2008.[1]

In June 2014 route 405 was included in the transfer of Metrobus' London operations to fellow Go-Ahead Group subsidiary London General. However, the vehicles used continue to carry Metrobus branding. Two morning and one afternoon school services are operated by Arriva London.

Current route[edit]


  1. ^ Bus tender results Route 405 Transport for London 20 December 2007

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