London Buses route 92

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London Buses route 92 Wembley High Rd.jpg
Operator Metroline
Garage Greenford (G)
Vehicle Alexander Dennis Enviro400 10.2m
Peak vehicle requirement 18
Start Brent Park
Via Wembley
End Ealing Hospital
Level Daily

London Buses route 92 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, England. Running between Brent Park and Ealing Hospital, it is operated by Metroline.


Route 92 commenced operating on 14 June 1944 between Wembley and Southall via Sudbury and Greenford.

On 15 May 1971, the roue was converted to one man operation with AEC Merlins, being converted back to double deck operation on 27 October 1973 with Daimler Fleetlines. On 31 March 1979, it was extended from Southall to Ealing Hospital.

Upon being put out to tender, the route passed to London Buslines on 10 November 1990. Route 92 was included in the March 1996 sale of London Buslnes to CentreWest which became part of FirstBus in March 1997. on 13 September 1997, the route was transferred to Alperton garage.

Upon being re-tendered, the route was retained by First London and reallocated to Greenford garage with a new contract commencing on 13 November 2010.[1]

On 22 June 2013, route 92 was included in the sale of First London's Greenford garage to Metroline.[2][3][4]

Current route[edit]


  1. ^ Bus tender results Route 92 Transport for London 22 March 2010
  2. ^ FirstGroup Announces Sale of Eight London Bus Depots FirstGroup 9 April 2013
  3. ^ Aberdeen firm FirstGroup sells off depots for £80m BBC News 9 April 2013
  4. ^ First quits London bus business Bus & Coach Professional 9 April 2013

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