List of night buses in London

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A night bus on route N26.

Night buses in London are after-hours versions of their daytime numerical equivalents, normally running the same route but with extensions at either end of the service. This is normally to provide a night service to destinations served by tube or train during the day. The route number is prefixed with an "N" to signify a night route. However, in a few cases, a few services have route numbers that have no connection to their daytime equivalents, such as the N5, which operates in a different part of London from day route 5. There are also many 24-hour routes.

N1[edit]

N1
Overview
Operator London General
Garage Belvedere (BV)
Mandela Way (MW)
Vehicle Volvo B7TL 10.6m / Wright Eclipse Gemini
Alexander Dennis Enviro400 10.2m
Peak vehicle requirement 9
Night-time 00:15 until 06:38
Route
Start Tottenham Court Road
Via Waterloo
Surrey Quays
Greenwich
Woolwich
End Thamesmead
Length 16 miles (26 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Weekend frequency 20 minutes
Journey time 59-74 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N1 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to London General.

History
Current route

 · Tottenham Court Road station  · Holborn station  · Aldwych  · Waterloo station  · Elephant & Castle station  · Bermondsey  · Surrey Quays station  · Surrey Quays Shopping Centre  · Surrey Quays station  · Pepys Estate  · King William Walk (for Cutty Sark station)  · Greenwich  · East Greenwich  · Woolwich Road (junction with Charlton Church Lane for Charlton station)  · Woolwich Arsenal station  · Plumstead station  · Abbey Wood station  · Thamesmere Drive (double run) to Thamesmead Town Centre  · Thamesmead Boiler House

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N2[edit]

N2
Overview
Operator Arriva London
Garage Norwood (N)
Vehicle Volvo B7TL 10.6m / Alexander ALX400
Peak vehicle requirement 5
Night-time 23:45 until 05:54
Route
Start Trafalgar Square
Via Westminster
Victoria
Vauxhall
Stockwell
Brixton
West Norwood
End Crystal Palace
Length 8 miles (13 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Weekend frequency 15 minutes
Journey time 35-42 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N2 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Arriva London.

History

Night bus N2 provides the night service for routes 2 (between Victoria & West Norwood) and 432 (between West Norwood & Crystal Palace) and continues from Victoria, to Trafalgar Square via Victoria Street, Parliament Square and Whitehall.

The route started on the night of 13 April 1984 running between Trafalgar Square and West Norwood station using Daimler buses, run from Victoria Garage (GM), which were replaced by MCW Metrobuses later that year. The route was extended into North London on 27 October 1984 to Friern Barnet and to Crystal Palace in the south. A Holloway Garage single bus allocation was added to the two bus allocation at GM. The Victoria allocation was reduced to Saturday night only, with Holloway and Muswell Hill Garages sharing the main route from September 1987. The Holloway and Muswell Hill allocation lasted until August 1990, when it was replaced by Finchley Garage, and Holloway reduced to Saturday Nights only, replacing Victoria Garage. Buses were then extended from Frien Barnet to North Finchley for garage journeys, and all journeys by 18 August 1992. Finchley Garage was closed and the whole allocation moved to Holloway on 4 December 1993.

A further route change took place on 23 June 1995 when the section between North Finchley and Camden Town was withdrawn, with the route diverting at Camden Town to terminate at Hampstead Heath which replaced the withdrawn route N93. This section was withdrawn on 27 November 1999, being replaced by a night service on route 24, and the route once again ran from Trafalgar Square now to Crystal Palace.

The route passed to Arriva London on 1 April 2000, running from Norwood (N) using Leyland Olympians, being converted to low floor operation with the day route to Alexander ALX400 bodied Volvo B7TLs in 2003.

Current route

 · Trafalgar Square for Charing Cross station  · Westminster station  · Victoria station  · Bessborough Gardens for Pimlico station  · Vauxhall station Bus station  · Stockwell station  · Brixton Railway station  · Brixton Tube station  · Tulse Hill station  · West Norwood station  · Crystal Palace Parade

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N3[edit]

N3
Overview
Operator Abellio London
Garage Battersea (QB)
Vehicle Alexander Dennis Enviro400H 10.2m
Peak vehicle requirement 13
Night-time 23:53 until 06:49
Route
Start Bromley North
Via Beckenham
Crystal Palace
Brixton
Kennington
Trafalgar Square
End Oxford Circus
Length 16 miles (25 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Weekend frequency 15 minutes
Journey time 62-84 minutes

London Buses route N3 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Abellio London.

History
Current route

 · Bromley North station  · Bromley South station  · Park Langley  · High Street (eastern end for Beckenham Junction station and Tramlink)  · Clock House station  · Beckenham Road Tramlink  · Anerley station  · Crystal Palace station  · Crystal Palace Parade  · Croxted Road (for West Dulwich station)  · Herne Hill station  · Brixton station  · Kennington (for Oval station)  · Westminster station  · Trafalgar Square (for Charing Cross station)  · Piccadilly Circus station  · Oxford Circus station Harewood Place

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N5[edit]

N5
Overview
Operator Metroline
Garage Edgware (EW)
Holloway (HT)
Vehicle Alexander Dennis Enviro400 10.1m
Peak vehicle requirement 16
Night-time 00:00 until 06:00
Route
Start Edgware
Via Burnt Oak
Colindale
Hendon
Golders Green
Hampstead
Chalk Farm
Camden
Warren Street
Tottenham Court Road
End Trafalgar Square
Length 13 miles (21 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 15 minutes
Weekend frequency 10 minutes
Journey time 50-65 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N5 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Metroline.

History

Night bus N5 is a special night service for the Northern line (Edgware Branch) between Charing Cross station and Edgware station, although it was diverted away from Brent Cross station on 24 January 1994 to run via Brent Street instead. Night bus N20 covers the High Barnet Branch.

The route began on 28 October 1989 running from Edgware serving all Northern line stations to Charing Cross and then via the Strand to terminate at Aldwych. Some journeys diverted via Whitehall and Westminster to Victoria station. (Returning via Victoria Embankment and Arundel Street before continuing from Aldwych). The section between Aldwych and Trafalgar Square (Charing Cross) was withdrawn on 18 July 1992 and the journeys to Victoria were withdrawn on 24 June 1995.

The route was initially run from Holloway Bus Garage using MCW Metrobuses before being converted to low floor operation using Plaxton President bodied Volvo B7TL double deckers from 2001. An Edgware (EW) allocation was introduced during August 2003, initially with 3 buses but increasing its share until 2007 when Holloway's weeknight allocation was withdrawn.

In June 2013, Alexander Dennis Enviro400s were introduced.[1]

Current route

Edgware station  · Station Road  · High Street  · Burnt Oak Broadway  · Watling Avenue  · Burnt Oak station  · Watling Avenue  · Montrose Avenue  · Lanacre Avenue  · Quaker's Course  · Lanacre Avenue  · Colindale Avenue  · Colindale station  · Colindale Avenue  · Edgware Road  · The Hyde  · West Hendon Broadway  · Herbert Road  · Station Road  · Hendon station  · Vivian Avenue  · Hendon Central station  · Queens Road  · Hendon Bell  · Brent Street  · Golders Green Road  · North End Road  · Golders Green station  · North End Road  · North End Way  · Heath Street  · Hampstead station  · Hampstead High Street  · Rosslyn Hill  · Belsize Park station  · Haverstock Hill  · Chalk Farm station  · Chalk Farm Road  · Hawley Road  · Camden Road  · Camden Town station  · Bayham Street  · Eversholt Street  · Euston station Bus station  · Euston Road  · Euston Square station for Warren Street station  · Gower Street  · Bloomsbury Street  · Shaftesbury Avenue  · Charing Cross Road  · Leicester Square station  · Charing Cross Road  · Trafalgar Square for Charing Cross station

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N7[edit]

N7
Overview
Operator Metroline
Garage Perivale West (PA)
Vehicle Volvo B5LH 10.5m / Wright Eclipse Gemini 3
Peak vehicle requirement 6
Night-time 00:00 until 07:00
Route
Start Oxford Circus
Via Marble Arch
Paddington
Acton
Ealing
Greenford
End Northolt
Length 16 miles (26 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Journey time 63-90 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N7 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, England. Running between Oxford Circus and Northolt, it is operated by Metroline.

History

On 30 August 2003, night bus N7 was introduced to replace the night route N23 between Northolt and Ladbroke Grove.

On 23 June 2007, Metroline commenced operating route N7.

Upon being re-tendered, Metroline commenced a new contract on 21 June 2014 with new Wright Eclipse Gemini 3 bodied Volvo B5LHs.[2][3]

Current route

 · Oxford Circus station  · Marble Arch station  · Paddington station  · Westbourne Grove  · Ladbroke Grove station  · Hammersmith Hospital  · East Acton station  · Acton High Street  · Ealing Common station  · Ealing Broadway station  · Pitshanger Lane  · Greenford Broadway  · Yeading White Hart  · Northolt station

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N8[edit]

N8
Overview
Operator Stagecoach London
Garage Bow (BW)
Vehicle New Routemaster
Peak vehicle requirement 19
Night-time 00:00 until 06:39
Route
Start Hainault
Via Barkingside
Wanstead
Stratford
Bethnal Green
Bank
End Tottenham Court Road station
Length 16 miles (26 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 15-20 minutes
Weekend frequency 7-8 minutes
Journey time 69-94 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N8 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, England. Running between Hainault and Tottenham Court Road station, it is operated by Stagecoach London.

History

Upon being re-tendered, Stagecoach London commenced a new contract on on 28 June 2014 with New Routemasters.[4]

Current route

 · Hainault The Lowe, Manford Way  · Hainault station  · Barkingside High Street  · Gants Hill station  · Redbridge station  · Wanstead station  · Leytonstone station Bus station  · Leytonstone High Road station  · Maryland station  · Stratford Broadway (for Stratford station)  · Bow Bridge Roundabout  · Old Ford  · Bethnal Green (Central line) station  · Shoreditch High Street station  · Liverpool Street station  · Bank station  · St Paul's station  · City Thameslink station  · Chancery Lane station  · Holborn station  · Tottenham Court Road station New Oxford Street

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N9[edit]

N9
Overview
Operator London United
Garage Hounslow (AV)
Vehicle Scania OmniCity 10.8m
Peak vehicle requirement 18
Night-time 00:00 until 05:00
Route
Start Heathrow Terminal 5
Via Hounslow
Brentford
Hammersmith
Kensington
End Aldwych
Length 16 miles (26 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 20 minutes
Weekend frequency 10 minutes
Journey time 58-76 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N9 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to London United.

History

Night bus N9 is the night service for route 9 between Hammersmith and Aldwych, it then continues from Hammersmith to Heathrow Airport via Hounslow, Brentford, Turnham Green and Chiswick. It started in 1994 replacing the routes N65 and N92.

The N9 used to run to and from Kingston via Putney, Putney Heath and Roehampton. It was rerouted to Heathrow Airport in 29 September 2001 replacing the withdrawn section of route N97 between Hammersmith and Heathrow. Route N10 replaced the section of the N9 to Putney and route 85 replaced the section from Putney to Kingston, but the section between Richmond and Kingston was replaced by route 65, a 24-hour service.

On 22 March 2008, Night bus N9 was extended from Heathrow Central to Heathrow Terminal 5.

Current route

 · Heathrow Terminal 5  · Heathrow Airport Central Bus station  · Harlington Corner  · Cranford  · Hounslow West station  · Hounslow High Street  · Isleworth station  · Brentford High Street  · Kew Bridge station  · Turnham Green  · King Street for Ravenscourt Park station  · 'Hammersmith (Hammersmith & City and Circle lines) station  · Hammersmith (District/Piccadilly lines) station Upper Bus station  · Kensington (Olympia) station  · High Street Kensington station  · Knightsbridge station  · Hyde Park Corner station  · Green Park station  · Trafalgar Square  · Charing Cross station  · Aldwych

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N11[edit]

N11
Overview
Operator London General
Garage Stockwell (SW)
Vehicle Volvo B7TL 10.1m / Wright Eclipse Gemini
Alexander Dennis Enviro400H 10.2m
Peak vehicle requirement 7
Night-time 00:00 until 06:00
Route
Start Liverpool Street station
Via Trafalgar Square
Victoria
Chelsea
Acton
End Ealing Broadway
Length 19 miles (30 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Journey time 77-96 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N11 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to London General.

History

The route N11 started on 13 April 1984 running between Shepherds Bush Green and Liverpool Street, using two Daimler Fleetlines from Victoria Garage, these were changed to Metrobuses in July of that year. The following year, on 27 April 1985, the route was extended at both ends running between Acton Town and Hackney Central, with an increased pvr to three buses. A further extension, on the eastern end of the route, took place on 2 November from Hackney Central to Hackney Wick.

The N11 was rerouted away from Shepherd Bush to serve Turnham Green on 9 August 1986. On 28 October 1989, the allocation was split between Victoria and Shepherds Bush Garages, with one Metrobus from each, and also withdrawn between Trafalgar Square and Hackney Wick, replaced by a new route N6. The Shepherds Bush allocation was replaced with a Hounslow Garage allocation during March 1993. On the closure of Victoria Garage, during July 1993, the allocation transferred to Stockwell Garage.

The route was withdrawn from Turnham Green and returned to terminating at Shepherds Bush Green, on 26 February 1994, and also extended from Trafalgar Square back to Liverpool Street station, and rerouted as per the day route. The complete allocation was moved to Stamford Brook and transferred to Houslow once again during 1996. The allocation moved to Shepherds Bush during 1999. The route was converted to single deck in April 2000, but reverted to double deck in March 2001. The route was diverted at Hammersmith, away from Shepherds Bush, to Wembley Central on 31 March 2001.

London General gained route N11 from London United on 29 June 2003, and the route transferred to Stockwell Garage, using Wright Eclipse Gemini bodied Volvo B7TLs from the day route. On 7 June 2008, the route was diverted at West Ealing to run via route 207 to terminate at Ealing Broadway, with route 297 being converted into a 24-hour service to replace the withdrawn section between Wembley Central and Argyle Road Cleveland Road.

Current route

 · Liverpool Street station Bus station  · Bank station  · Mansion House station  · St Paul's  · City Thameslink station  · Aldwych  · Charing Cross station  · Trafalgar Square  · Westminster station  · Victoria station  · Victoria Coach station  · Sloane Square station  · Chelsea  · Fulham Broadway station  · Charing Cross Hospital  · Hammersmith station (District/Piccadilly lines) Bus station for Hammersmith station (Hammersmith & City and Circle lines)  · King Street for Ravenscourt Park station  · Turnham Green station  · Acton High Street  · Acton Town station  · Northfields station  · Ealing Broadway

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N13[edit]

N13
Overview
Operator London Sovereign
Garage Edgware (BT)
Vehicle Volvo B5LH 10.4m / Wright Eclipse Gemini 2
Peak vehicle requirement 10
Night-time 00:00 until 06:45
Route
Start North Finchley
Via Golders Green
Swiss Cottage
Oxford Street
Piccadilly Circus
End Aldwych
Length 10 miles (16 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Weekend frequency 15 minutes
Journey time 44-57 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N13 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, England. Running between North Finchley and Aldwych, it is operated by London Sovereign.

History

Night bus N13 is the night service for routes 13 and 82 between North Finchley and Aldwych. The N13 started on 13 April 1984 running via the day route 13 between Trafalgar Square and North Finchley, from Finchley Garage using Metrobuses. A few months later on 27 October the route was extended from North Finchley to Barnet Church, via the current route 263. On 18 July 1992 the route was extended in Central London to Victoria station, running via Trafalgar Square, Whitehall and Westminster.

A further extension on the northern end of the route took place on 4 December 1993 when the route was transferred to Potters Bar Garage, on the closure of Finchley, and extended to Potters Bar, via Hadley Highstone, on garage journeys. A route restructing took place on 23 June 1995 when the route was transferred to Holloway Garage, being withdrawn between Potters Bar and North Finchley, and between Victoria and Trafalgar Square.

On 1 September 2001, London Sovereign commenced operating N13. The route was also extended from Trafalgar Square to Aldwych to follow the day route at the same time. London Sovereign's service on the N13 initially used a mixture of Volvo Olympians and Plaxton President bodied Volvo B7TLs. On 22 October 2005, brand new Scania OmniDekkas were introduced.

On 31 August 2013, night route N13 was retained by London Sovereign with new Wright Eclipse Gemini 2 bodied Volvo B5LHs.

Current route

 · North Finchley Bus station  · Finchley Central station  · Golders Green station  · Finchley Road & Frognal station  · Finchley Road station  · Swiss Cottage station  · St John's Wood station  · Lord's Cricket Ground  · Baker Street station for Marylebone station  · Bond Street station  · Oxford Circus station  · Regent Street  · Piccadilly Circus station  · Trafalgar Square  · Charing Cross station  · Aldwych

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N15[edit]

N15
Overview
Operator Stagecoach London
Garage Bow (BW)
Barking (BK)
Vehicle Alexander Dennis Enviro400 10.2m
Alexander Dennis Enviro400H 10.2m
Peak vehicle requirement 22
Night-time 00:20 until 06:44
Route
Start Romford
Via Barking
East Ham
Poplar
Aldgate
End Trafalgar Square
Length 18 miles (29 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 15 minutes
Weekend frequency 10 minutes
Journey time 77-100 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N15 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, England. Running between Romford and Trafalgar Square, it is operated by Stagecoach London.

This is a night service for route 5(Romford - East Ham) route 115(East Ham - Blackwall) and route 15 (Blackwell - Trafalgar Square)

History
Current route

 · Romford St Edward's Way  · Becontree Heath  · Barking station  · East Ham  · Plaistow  · Canning Town station  · Poplar (All Saints station)  · Limehouse station  · Aldgate East station  · Aldgate station  · Tower Gateway station  · Tower Hill station  · Monument station  · Cannon Street station  · Mansion House station  · St Paul's Churchyard  · City Thameslink station  · Aldwych  · Charing Cross station  · Trafalgar Square

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N16[edit]

N16
Overview
Operator Metroline
Garage Cricklewood (W)
Harrow Weald (HD)
Vehicle Alexander Dennis Enviro400H 10.2m
Volvo B7TL 10.1m / Plaxton President
Peak vehicle requirement 6
Night-time 00:00 until 06:00
Route
Start Edgware
Via Burnt Oak
Colindale
West Hendon
Staples Corner
Cricklewood
Kilburn
Brondesbury
Maida Vale
Edgware Road
Marble Arch
Hyde Park Corner
End Victoria
Length 10 miles (16 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 20 minutes
Journey time 40-46 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N16 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Metroline.

History

Night bus N16 is night service for route 16 between Cricklewood & Victoria and route 32 between Edgware & Kilburn High Road.

This night route dates back at least as far as 1934, when it was numbered 294, running between Cricklewood Bus Garage and Liverpool Street station, via Marble Arch, Oxford Circus and Trafalgar Square. The route originally ran from Cricklewood Bus Garage using AEC Renown LT type double deckers. The route was then renumbered N94 in September 1960 and renumbered again to the present N16 in 1991. By 1991, the route had been extended from Cricklewood to Edgware, and was running from Edgware Bus Garage using MCW Metrobuses, reverting to Cricklewood Bus Garage in March 1993, only for the allocation to return to Edgware Garage in January 1994.

On 29 January 1994 the Trafalgar Square to Liverpool Street section was withdrawn, and the rerouted from Trafalgar Square, down Whitehall to Victoria.

In February 2001, the allocation was adjusted to be shared between Edgware and Cricklewood Bus Garages.

In October 2002, the Cricklewood allocation was again withdrawn and at the same time,the route was rerouted away from Trafalgar Square to run direct from Marble Arch via Park Lane to Victoria, following the day route 16.

In February 2005, Harrow Weald (HD) gained a weekend allocation for route N16.

On 29 June 2012, the Edgware (EW) allocation for route N16 was transferred to Cricklewood (W).

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

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N18[edit]

N18
Overview
Operator Metroline
Garage Willesden Junction (WJ)
Vehicle Volvo B9TL 10.4m / Wright Eclipse Gemini 2
Peak vehicle requirement 15
Night-time 23:00 until 06:00
Route
Start Trafalgar Square
Via Piccadilly Circus
Oxford Circus
Great Portland Street
Regent's Park tube station
Baker Street
Marylebone
Edgware Road
Royal Oak
Kensal Green
Harlesden
Wembley
Sudbury
Harrow, London
End Harrow Weald
Length 14 miles (23 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 15 minutes
Weekend frequency 10 minutes
Journey time 65-79 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N18 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Metroline.

History

Route N18 was introduced on 13 April 1984 between Sudbury (Swan) and Aldwych via Wembley, Stonebridge Park, Harlesden, Kensal Green, Harrow Road, Royal Oak, Bishops Bridge Road, Paddington station, Praed Street, Edgware Road, Marble Arch, Oxford Circus, Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square; with meal relief journeys projected to Liverpool Street via Fleet Street, Ludgate Circus, St. Paul’s and Bank. Although this was a new route, the only new section was from Craven Park to Sudbury as the N91 already operated between Willesden Garage and Liverpool Street via Craven Park. Garage journeys ran in service over route 260. In April 1985 the route was extended from Sudbury to Edgware over portions of routes 182 and 286, but withdrawn between Trafalgar Square and Aldwych except for the meal break projection. In August the meal relief journeys were diverted to Waterloo, running over Waterloo Bridge. After the break buses ran light to Liverpool Street and then on times as before. In September 1987 certain journeys were diverted to Watford Junction via Bushey Heath and Watford (serving route 142), diverging at Stanmore Broadway after “double running” past Stanmore station. In October 1989 the meal relief point was changed to Victoria. At the end of January 1994 the service was withdrawn between Harrow Weald (Red Lion) and Watford. In February 2001, the route was rerouted direct via Harrow Road, instead of serving Paddington station.[5] In 2003 the N18 was rerouted via Marylebone Road, Great Portland Street and runs across Oxford Street, instead of through it.

The N18 had always been based at the Westbourne Park garage on a contract to First London, using double deckers. But in June 2007, when route N7 was lost to Metroline which created space at Alperton (ON), so route N18 (with a higher PVR) swapped garages with route N10.

In November 2010, route N18 was transferred to Willesden Junction (WJ).

On 22 June 2013, the operation of route N18 was transferred to Metroline.

Current route

 · Harrow Weald Wealdstone Inn  · Harrow & Wealdstone station  · Harrow on the Hill station Bus station  · Northwick Park Hospital  · Sudbury & Harrow Road station  · Wembley Central station  · Stonebridge Park station  · Harlesden Jubilee Clock  · Kensal Green station  · Royal Oak station  · Edgware Road station  · Baker Street station  · Great Portland Street station  · Oxford Circus station  · Piccadilly Circus station  · Trafalgar Square for Charing Cross station

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N19[edit]

N19
Overview
Operator London General
Garage Stockwell (SW)
Vehicle Volvo B9TL 10.4m / Wright Eclipse Gemini 2
Volvo B5LH 10.4m / Wright Eclipse Gemini 2
Peak vehicle requirement 8
Night-time 00:40 until 05:54
Route
Start Clapham Junction
Via Battersea
Chelsea
Piccadilly Circus
Holborn
Islington
End Finsbury Park
Length 10 miles (16 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Journey time 41-70 minutes

London Buses route N19 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to London General.

History

On 31 March 2012, London General commenced operating route N19 with new Wright Eclipse Gemini 2 bodied Volvo B5LHs and new Wright Eclipse Gemini 2 bodied Volvo B9TLs.[6]

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 stationstationstation  · 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 station stationPlace

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N20[edit]

N20
Overview
Operator Metroline
Garage Potters Bar (PB)
Holloway (HT)
Vehicle Volvo B9TL 10.4m / Wright Eclipse Gemini 2
Alexander Dennis Enviro400 10.1m
Peak vehicle requirement 16
Night-time 00:00 until 06:00
Route
Start Trafalgar Square
Via Tottenham Court Road
Warren Street
Euston
Camden Town
Kentish Town
Archway
Highgate
East Finchley
Finchley
North Finchley
End Barnet
Length 13 miles (21 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Weekend frequency 12 minutes
Journey time 50-66 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N20 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Metroline.

History

Route N20, like route N5, is a special night service for the Northern line between Charing Cross and High Barnet station(except it does not directly serve Totteridge & Whetstone, Woodside Park, Mill Hill East or West Finchley station).

The route was initially numbered N1 and began operating on the morning of 28 October 1989 running from High Barnet to Charing Cross and then via the Strand to terminate at the Aldwych. Some journeys diverted via Whitehall and Westminster to Victoria station. (Returning via Victoria Embankment and Arundel Street before continuing from Aldwych). The section between Aldwych and Trafalgar Square (Charing Cross) was withdrawn on 18 July 1992. The journeys to Victoria were withdrawn on 24 June 1995, when the route was renumbered N20, as the number N1 was needed for the night service of the day route 1.

The route was run from Holloway (HT) using MCW Metrobuses, until 24 June 1995 when a single bus Potters Bar allocation was introduced. The weekend service was increased in 1997 and the allocations were increased. On 15 July 1998 the route was transferred to Northumberland Park bus garage to be operated by First London using Leyland Olympians. On 8 January 2000 extra Friday/Saturday night journeys were added between Trafalgar Square and Finchley Central. After 5 years with First, on 25 August 2003, the route transferred back to Potters Bar with Metroline, and the extra journeys were extended from Finchley Central to High Barnet. The route returned to Holloway (HT) during February 2005, when a weekend night allocation was introduced.

Current route

 · Trafalgar Square for Charing Cross station  · Leicester Square station  · Charing Cross Road  · Tottenham Court Road station  · Tottenham Court Road  · Goodge Street v  · 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

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N21[edit]

N21
Overview
Operator London Central
Garage New Cross (NX)
Bexleyheath (BX)
Vehicle Volvo B9TL 10.4m / Wright Eclipse Gemini 2
Peak vehicle requirement 5
Night-time 01:00 until 05:00
Route
Start Trafalgar Square
Via London Bridge
New Cross
Lewisham
Eltham
End Bexleyheath
Length 11 miles (17 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Journey time 56-70 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N21 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to London Central.

History

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.

Current route

 · Trafalgar Square  · Charing Cross station  · Strand  · Aldwych  · Fleet Street  · Ludgate Circus  · City Thameslink station  · Ludgate Hill  · St Paul's Churchyard  · 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  · Bricklayer's 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

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N22[edit]

N22
Overview
Operator London General
Garage Putney (AF)
Vehicle Volvo B7TL 10.1m / Wright Eclipse Gemini
Peak vehicle requirement 8
Night-time 23:48 until 06:26
Route
Start Fulwell
Via Richmond
Barnes
Putney Bridge
Chelsea
End Piccadilly Circus
Length 16 miles (26 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Weekend frequency 20 minutes
Journey time 46-57 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N22 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, England. Running between Fulwell and Piccadilly Circus, it is operated by London General.

History

Route N22 has previously run beyond Fulwell to Kingston, however this was withdrawn on 3 June 2006.

Current route

 · Fulwell Stanley Road  · Twickenham  · Richmond Bridge  · Richmond station  · Mortlake High Street (junction with Sheen Lane for Mortlake station)  · Barnes Bridge station  · Barnes High Street  · Putney Common  · Putney High Street  · Wandsworth Town station  · Wandsworth Bridge  · Chelsea  · Sloane Square station  · Knightsbridge station  · Knightsbridge  · Hyde Park Corner station  · Piccadilly  · Green Park station  · Piccadilly Circus station  · Haymarket

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N26[edit]

N26
Overview
Operator Tower Transit
Garage Lea Interchange (LI)
Vehicle Alexander Dennis Enviro400 10.1m
Peak vehicle requirement 8
Night-time 00:28 until 05:37
Route
Start Chingford
Via Liverpool Street
Hackney
Leyton
Walthamstow
End Trafalgar Square
Length 16 miles (25 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 20 minutes
Journey time 69-72 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N26 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Tower Transit.

History

Route N26 began operating in July 1992 as a replacement for the eastern section of the withdrawn N6. It ran between Victoria and Walthamstow Central stationvia Westminster, Trafalgar Square, Aldwych, Fleet Street, Ludgate Circus, Mansion House, Bank, Liverpool Street, Shoreditch, Hackney Road, Cambridge Heath, Hackney, Morning Lane, Hackney Wick, Ruckholt Road, Leyton High Road and Bakers Arms. In 1995 it was withdrawn between Trafalgar Square and Victoria, but extended from Walthamstow Central to Walthamstow (Fulbourne Road) via Church Hill and Shernhall Street. Unofficially, the route went to Crooked Billet, which was the destination shown on the blind. In 2001 the route was withdrawn between Walthamstow Central and Fulbourne Road, but extended to Chingford stationvia Crooked Billet, Chingford Mount and The Ridgeway to replace route N38 which was curtailed at Walthamstow Central. At the same time it was also diverted between Mare Street, Hackney, and Leyton Town Hall via Well Street instead of Morning Lane, and Clays Lane instead of direct via Ruckholt Road.[7] On 25 June 2011, First London gained commenced operating route N26 with new Alexander Dennis Enviro400s.

On 22 June 2013, the operation of route N26 was transferred to Tower Transit.

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 Central station 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 Churchyard  · City Thameslink station  · Ludgate Hill  · Ludgate Circus  · Fleet Street  · Strand  · Aldwych  · Strand  · Charing Cross station  · Strand  · Charing Cross  · Trafalgar Square

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N28[edit]

N28
Overview
Operator Tower Transit
Garage Atlas Road (AS)
Vehicle Volvo B7TL 10.1m / Wright Eclipse Gemini
Peak vehicle requirement 5
Night-time 00:00 until 05:00
Route
Start Camden Town
Via Chalk Farm
Harrow Road
Westbourne Park
Kensington
Fulham
End Wandsworth
Length 10 miles (16 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 60 minutes
Weekend frequency 30 minutes
Journey time 52-53 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N28 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Tower Transit.

History

Night bus N28 runs the night service for route 28 between Wandsworth & Harrow Road. Route N28, together with route N31, run the night service for 31 between Notting Hill Gate & Camden Town station.

The route started out on the night of 29 May 1999 as single-deck route, but was converted, along with the day routes, to double-deck using brand new Wright Eclipse Gemini bodied Volvo B7TLs in late 2004.

On 22 June 2013, the operation of route N28 was transferred to Tower Transit.

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

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N29[edit]

N29
Overview
Operator Arriva London
Garage Wood Green (WN)
Vehicle Volvo B5LH 10.4m / Wright Eclipse Gemini 2
Peak vehicle requirement 37
Night-time 00:15 until 06:27
Route
Start Trafalgar Square
Via Camden Town
Finsbury Park
Wood Green
Palmers Green
End Enfield Town
Length 14 miles (22 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 7-8 minutes
Weekend frequency 3-4 minutes
Journey time 49-57 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N29 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Arriva London.

History

Route N29 was introduced in the early 1980s, running from Trafalgar Square to Enfield Town (Little Park Gardens) via Piccadily Circus, Shaftsbury Avenue, Camden Town, Holloway, Finsbury Park, Manor House, Harringay, Turnpike Lane station, Wood Green, Palmers Green and Winchmore Hill. It was later extended to Ponders End.[8]

Current route

 · Trafalgar Square for Charing Cross station  · Leicester Square  · Tottenham Court Road station  · Goodge Street station  · Warren Street station  · Mornington Crescent station  · Camden Town station  · Camden Road station  · Holloway  · Finsbury Park station  · Manor House station  · Harringay Green Lanes station  · Turnpike Lane station  · Wood Green station  · Palmers Green  · Winchmore Hill  · Bush Hill Park  · Cecil Road for Enfield Town station  · Enfield Town Little Park Gardens

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N31[edit]

N31
Overview
Operator Tower Transit
Garage Atlas Road (AS)
Vehicle Volvo B7TL 10.1m / Wright Eclipse Gemini
Peak vehicle requirement 4
Night-time 00:00 until 06:00
Route
Start Camden Town
Via Chalk Farm
Swiss Cottage
Kilburn High Road
Kilburn Park
Notting Hill Gate
Kensington
End Clapham Junction
Length 9 miles (15 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 60 minutes
Weekend frequency 30 minutes
Journey time 47-60 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N31 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Tower Transit.

History

Route N31 was introduced in 1990 between Camden Town and Kensington via Chalk Farm, Swiss Cottage, Kilburn, Westbourne Park and Notting Hill Gate, then circular via Earls Court and Fulham. It only ran on the weekend nights of Friday/Saturday and Saturday/Sunday, and was the first orbital night route. In 2000 the N31 was extended from Earls Court to Clapham Junction station (St. John’s Hill) via Chelsea and Battersea.[9]

Night bus N31 shares the night service with N28 for routes 28, 31 and 328.

On 22 June 2013, the operation of route N31 was transferred to Tower Transit.

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

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N35[edit]

N35
Overview
Operator Abellio London
Garage Walworth (WL)
Vehicle Alexander Dennis Enviro400 10.1m
Peak vehicle requirement 15
Night-time 00:34 until 05:32
Route
Start Clapham Junction
Via Brixton
Camberwell
Bank
Shoreditch
End Tottenham Court Road station
Length 11 miles (17 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Weekend frequency 12 minutes
Journey time 55-77 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N35 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Abellio London.

History
Current route

 · Clapham Junction station Meyrick Arms  · Clapham Common station  · Brixton station  · Loughborough Junction station  · Camberwell Green  · Elephant & Castle station  · Borough station  · London Bridge station  · Monument station  · Liverpool Street station  · Shoreditch High Street station  · Old Street station  · Vernon Place (for Holborn station)  · Tottenham Court Road station St Giles High Street

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N38[edit]

N38
Overview
Operator Arriva London
Garage Clapton (CT)
Vehicle New Routemaster
Peak vehicle requirement 26
Night-time 23:30 until 06:05
Route
Start Victoria
Via Holborn
Islington
Hackney
Leyton
End Walthamstow Central station
Length 11 miles (18 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 12 minutes
Weekend frequency 7-8 minutes
Journey time 46-69 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N38 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, England. Running between Victoria and Walthamstow Central station, it is operated by Arriva London.

History

Night bus N38 provides a night service for route 38, between Victoria and Clapton Pond and then continue to Walthamstow Central.

Current route

 · Victoria bus station  · Hyde Park Corner station  · Green Park station  · Piccadilly Circus  · Tottenham Court Road station  · Vernon Place for Holborn station  · Islington High Street  · Angel station  · Essex Road station  · Dalston Junction station  · Hackney Downs station  · Hackney Central station  · Clapton Pond  · Walthamstow bus station

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N41[edit]

N41
Overview
Operator Arriva London
Garage Tottenham (AR)
Vehicle VDL DB300 10.4m / Wright Gemini 2
Peak vehicle requirement 7
Night-time 23:30 until 06:05
Route
Start Tottenham Hale
Via Turnpike Lane station
Crouch End
Archway
Islington
End Trafalgar Square
Length 9 miles (14 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Weekend frequency 20 minutes
Journey time 47-62 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N41 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Arriva London.

History

In 2005, N41 was extended from Archway via Holloway Road, Angel, and Holborn to Trafalgar Square, replacing the withdrawn N43.

Current route

 · Tottenham Hale station Forecourt  · Seven Sisters station  · Turnpike Lane station  · Hornsey station  · Crouch End Broadway  · Homsey Rise  · Archway station  · Upper Holloway station  · Holloway Road station  · Highbury & Islington station  · Angel station  · Islington High Street  · Vernon Place (for Holborn station)  · Leicester Square station  · Trafalgar Square Whitehall (for Charing Cross station)

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N44[edit]

N44
Overview
Operator London General
Garage Stockwell (SW)
Vehicle Volvo B7TL 10.1m / Wright Eclipse Gemini
Alexander Dennis Enviro400H 10.2m
Peak vehicle requirement 9
Night-time 23:35 until 05:41
Route
Start Sutton
Via Mitcham
Tooting
Wandsworth
Battersea
Victoria
Trafalgar Square
End Aldwych
Length 14 miles (23 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Weekend frequency 20 minutes
Journey time 56-66 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N44 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to London General.

History
Current route

 · Sutton station The Quadrant  · Sutton High Street  · St Helier  · Mitcham Tramlink  · Mitcham  · Tooting station  · Tooting Broadway station  · Earlsfield station  · Wandsworth  · Wandsworth Town station  · Battersea Park station  · Victoria Coach station  · Victoria station  · Parliament Square (for Westminster station)  · Trafalgar Square  · Charing Cross station  · Aldwych'

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N47[edit]

N47
Overview
Operator Stagecoach London
Garage Catford (TL)
Vehicle Dennis Trident 2 10.5m / Alexander ALX400
Alexander Dennis Enviro400 10.2m
Peak vehicle requirement 10
Night-time 23:40 until 6:35
Route
Start St Mary Cray
Via Orpington
Petts Wood
Bromley
Catford
Lewisham
Deptford
Surrey Quays
London Bridge
End Trafalgar Square
Length 20 miles (32 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Weekend frequency 20 minutes
Journey time 73-81 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N47 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Stagecoach London.

Current route

 · St Mary Cray station station Approach  · Cray Avenue  · Orpington High Street  · Station Road  · station Approach  · Orpington station  · Petts Wood station, Queensway  · 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  · Rushey Green  · Lewisham High Street  · Lewis Grove  · Lee Bridge  · Lewisham High Street  · Loampit Vale (for Lewisham station)  · Jerrard Street  · Thurston Road  · Brookmill Road  · Deptford Broadway (for Deptford Bridge station)  · Deptford Church Street  · Creek Road  · Evelyn Street  · Bestwood Street  · Bush Road  · Rotherhithe New Road  · Rotherhithe Old Road  · Surrey Quays station  · Lower Road  · Rotherhithe  · Jamaica Road  · Bermondsey station  · Jamaica Road  · Tooley Street  · Duke Street Hill  · London Bridge station  · London Bridge  · King William Street  · Monument station  · Cannon Street  · Canon Street station  · Cannon Street  · Mansion House station  · Queen Victoria Street  · Friday Street  · Cannon Street  · St Paul's Churchyard  · Ludgate Hill  · City Thameslink station  · Ludgate Circus  · Fleet Street  · Strand  · Aldwych  · Strand  · Charing Cross station  · Strand  · Trafalgar Square

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N55[edit]

N55
Overview
Operator Stagecoach London
Garage Leyton (T)
Vehicle Dennis Trident 2 10.5m / Alexander ALX400
Peak vehicle requirement 11
Night-time 23:55 until 04:39
Route
Start Oxford Circus
Via Shoreditch
Hackney
Leyton
Wanstead
End Woodford Wells
Length 14 miles (22 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Weekend frequency 15 minutes
Journey time 60-72 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N55 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Stagecoach London.

History

Night bus N55 is the night service for day routes 55 (between Oxford Circus and Leyton Bakers Arms), 257 (between Leyton Baker's Arms and Leytonstone Green Man) and W13 (between Leytonstone Green Man and Woodford Wells).

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 Horse & Well

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N63[edit]

N63
Overview
Operator London Central
Garage Peckham (PM)
Vehicle Volvo B9TL 10.4m / Wright Eclipse Gemini 2
Peak vehicle requirement 8
Night-time 00:00 until 06:20
Route
Start Crystal Palace
Via Honor Oak
Peckham
Elephant & Castle
Ludgate Circus
End Kings Cross
Length 9 miles (15 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Weekend frequency 15 minutes
Journey time 45 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N63 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to London Central.

History
Current route

 · Crystal Palace Parade  · Honor Oak  · Peckham Rye station  · Peckham High Street  · Bricklayers Arms  · Elephant & Castle station  · Southwark station  · Blackfriars station  · Ludgate Circus  · City Thameslink station  · Farringdon station  · King's Cross station

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N64[edit]

N64
Overview
Operator London General
Garage Croydon (C)
Vehicle Scania OmniCity 10.8m
Peak vehicle requirement 3
Night-time 00:20 until 05:15
Route
Start New Addington
Via Addington
Selsdon
Croham Road
Croydon
End Thornton Heath Pond
Length 11 miles (18 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Journey time 39-40 minutes

London Buses route N64 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, England. Running between Thornton Heath Pond and New Addington, it is operated by London General.

History

On 28 August 2010, night bus N64 was introduced to replace the withdrawn N159 from New Addington to Thornton Heath.

Current route

 · New Addington Milne Park East  · New Addington tram stop  · King Henry's Drive tram stop  · Addington Village tram stop  · Selsdon  · South Park Hill Road for South Croydon station  · East Croydon station  · Wellesley Road tram stop  · West Croydon Bus station and Tramlink  · West Croydon station  · Thornton Heath Pond

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N68[edit]

N68
Overview
Operator London Central
Garage Camberwell (Q)
Vehicle Volvo B9TL 10.4m / Wright Eclipse Gemini 2
Peak vehicle requirement 6
Night-time 23:20 until 06:39
Route
Start Old Coulsdon
Via Croydon
Norwood
Camberwell
Waterloo
End Tottenham Court Road
Length 15 miles (24 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Journey time 74-86 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N68 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to London Central.

History

The original route N68 was introduced in the 1970s, and ran between Wandsworth (Armoury Way) and Farringdon Street via Clapham Junction, Lavender Hill, Vauxhall, Millbank, Parliament Square, Trafalgar Square and Aldwych. It replaced the night service on route 168, and was the last night route to be introduced before the major enhancement of the night bus network during the 1980s, when a great many more routes were introduced. The N68 had the meal relief journeys to Liverpool Street “livened up” in 1975, and was diverted to run via Strand and Aldwych instead of Victoria Embankment during the 1970s. It is mainly covered now by route N87, and today’s N68 covers day routes 68 and 468.[10]

Current route

 · Old Coulsdon Tudor Rose  · Coulsdon South station  · Coulsdon  · Smitham 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

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N73[edit]

N73
Overview
Operator Arriva London
Garage Stamford Hill (SF)
Vehicle Volvo B5L 10.4m / Wright Eclipse Gemini 2
Peak vehicle requirement 13
Night-time 23:41 until 06:31
Route
Start Walthamstow
Via Tottenham
Stoke Newington
Kings Cross
Oxford Circus
End Victoria
Length 12 miles (19 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Weekend frequency 12 minutes
Journey time 57-69 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N73 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Arriva London.

History
Current route

Walthamstow Central station  · Blackhorse Road station  · Tottenham Hale station  · Seven Sisters station  · South Tottenham station  · Stamford Hill  · Stoke Newington station  · Stoke Newington High Street  · Newington Green  · Essex Road station  · Angel station  · Islington High Street  · Kings Cross station  · St Pancras station  · Euston station  · Euston Square station for Warren Street station  · Tottenham Court Road station  · Oxford Circus station  · Bond Street station  · Marble Arch station  · Hyde Park Corner station  · Victoria station Bus station

External links

N74[edit]

N74
Overview
Operator London General
Garage Putney (AF)
Vehicle Volvo B7TL 10.1m / Wright Eclipse Gemini
Peak vehicle requirement 5
Night-time 00:00 until 06:00
Route
Start Baker Street
Via Marble Arch
Hyde Park
South Kensington
Earl's Court
West Brompton
Putney
End Roehampton
Length 11 miles (18 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Journey time 41-57 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N74 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, England. Running between Baker Street and Roehampton, it is operated by London General.

History

On 31 January 2003, route N74 was introduced to replace the discontinued night route N14 between Roehampton and Putney Bridge.

Current route

 · Baker Street station  · Marble Arch station  · Hyde Park Corner station  · Knightsbridge station  · Harrods  · South Kensington station  · Gloucester Road station  · Earl's Court  · West Brompton station  · Charing Cross Hospital  · Fulham High Street  · Wandsworth Town station  · Wandsworth High Street  · East Putney station  · Putney station  · Barnes Common  · Roehampton Danebury Avenue

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N76[edit]

N76
Overview
Operator Arriva London
Garage Tottenham (AR)
Vehicle Volvo B5LH 10.4m / Wright Eclipse Gemini 2
Peak vehicle requirement 5
Night-time 00:05 until 06:21
Route
Start Northumberland Park
Via Tottenham
Stoke Newington
Moorgate
Ludgate Circus
End Waterloo
Length 9 miles (12 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Journey time 46-49 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N76 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Arriva London.

History
Current route

 · Northumberland Park station Northumberland Grove  · Bruce Grove station  · Tottenham High Road  · Seven Sisters station  · South Tottenham station  · Stamford Hill  · Stoke Newington station  · Rectory Road station  · Dalston Kingsland station  · Dalston Junction station  · Hoxton  · Old Street station  · Barbican station  · St Paul's station  · St Paul's Churchyard  · City Thameslink station  · Aldwych  · Waterloo station  · County Hall  · Waterloo Westminster Bridge Road

External links

N86[edit]

N86
Overview
Operator Stagecoach London
Garage Romford (NS)
Vehicle Alexander Dennis Enviro400 10.2m
Peak vehicle requirement 5
Night-time 00:27 until 06:20
Route
Start Harold Hill
Via Romford
Chadwell Heath
Ilford
Manor Park
End Stratford
Length 13 miles (21 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Journey time 50-52 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N86 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Stagecoach London.

History
Original route

Route N86 was renumbered from 286 in 1960. It ran from Victoria Embankment to New Cross Brockley Rise (Chandos) via Blackfriars, Elephant & Castle, Camberwell Green and Peckham. Subsequently a couple of journeys were extended to Brockley Rise (Chandos) via Brockley. Some years later it was rerouted to serve Trafalgar Square via Fleet Street and Strand, and finally formed part of route N171.[11]

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

External links

N87[edit]

N87
Overview
Operator London General
Garage Stockwell (SW)
Vehicle Volvo B7TL 10.1m / Wright Eclipse Gemini
Alexander Dennis Enviro400H 10.2m
Peak vehicle requirement 16
Night-time 00:00 until 06:00
Route
Start Aldwych
Via Charing Cross
Westminster
Vauxhall
Wandsworth Town
Clapham Junction
Wandsworth
Wimbledon
End Kingston
Length 14 miles (23 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 15 minutes
Weekend frequency 10 minutes
Journey time 59-69 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N87 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to London General.

History

The N87 was a long-standing night-route with its origins as an all-night tram service. Introduced as route 287 after the withdrawal of the trams in 1952, it ran in both directions around a circular route in a figure of “8” from Victoria Embankment via Westminster, Kennington, Balham, Clapham, Tooting, Streatham, Brixton, Stockwell, Kennington, Elephant & Castle and Blackfriars back to Victoria Embankment. It was re-numbered N87 in 1960 in order to free up its original number for the new bus routes which were replacing the trolleybus services from the late 1950s. In later years it was rerouted to serve Whitehall, Trafalgar Square, Strand and Fleet Street instead of Victoria Embankment. Buses ran both ways around the loops every 24 minutes, which in those days made it the most frequent (and regular) night bus. It was replaced in the mid-1990s by a number of other routes when the re-organisation and enhancement of the night bus network took place, and is now covered mainly by the 88, today’s N44 and the N133.[12] On 3 June 2006, route N77 was renumbered N87. At the same time route N87 was withdrawn between Kingston and Tolworth.

Current route

 · Aldwych  · Charing Cross station  · Trafalgar Square  · Westminster station  · Tate Gallery  · Vauxhall station  · Wandsworth Road station  · Clapham Junction station  · Wandsworth High Street  · Wimbledon station  · Raynes Park station  · New Malden  · Kingston Fairfield Road Bus station

External links

N89[edit]

N89
Overview
Operator London Central
Garage Bexleyheath (BX)
Vehicle Volvo B9TL 10.4m / Wright Eclipse Gemini 2
Peak vehicle requirement 10
Night-time 00:30 until 05:00
Route
Start Trafalgar Square
Via Elephant & Castle
Peckham
Lewisham
Welling
Bexleyheath
End Erith
Length 21 miles (34 km)
Service
Level Every Night
Frequency 30 minutes
Weekend frequency 20 minutes
Journey time 71-79 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N89 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to London Central.

History

Route N89 was renumbered from 289 in 1960. It ran from London Bridge station to Southall (Brent Road) via Bank, Holborn, Oxford Street, Marble Arch, Lancaster Gate/Notting Hill Gate, Shepherds Bush, Acton, Ealing and Hanwell. It was later diverted between Marble Arch and Lancaster Gate to serve Paddington station. In 1976 the journeys that ran out of service to Liverpool Street were changed to run in service, and so at Bank some journeys ran to Liverpool Street instead of London Bridge, meaning that at that point the N89 ran in three different directions. In 1981 the route was diverted at Southall Town Hall to run to Uxbridge via Hayes End and Hillingdon. The route was absorbed mainly by route N207, running between Holborn and Uxbridge.[13]

Route N89 was introduced in 2003 when it replaced the withdrawn N81 between Trafalgar Square and Bexleyheath. Night bus N81 ran between Victoria station and Bexleyheath. Throughout its existence as a South East London Night Route, the N81 had many projections and diversions, at one stage running as far as Dartford and Gillingham. The Route was then curtailed to Crayford for a short period of time before finally being cut back further to Bexleyheath. The N81 Generally followed the same routeing between Victoria and Bexleyheath, despite the changes.

The N89 runs from Trafalgar Square over most of the old N81 routing to Bexleyheath and was extended onwards to Erith via Slade Green, over the then 89 and 469 route's. The Erith Extension was introduced to prevent idling buses causing a nuisance to Slade Green residents, as well as providing a 'useful' connection. Between Lewisham and Slade Green the N89 matched the daytime 89 route, so the renumbering from N81 to N89 reflected this. The Erith extension also enabled route N53 to be curtailed at Plumstead, later to be replaced by the 53 becoming a 24-hour service between Plumstead and Whitehall only. The Thamesmead services on the N53 were replaced by an extension of the N1. With the loss of the N53 Between Plumstead and Erith, the Lesnes Heath and Upper Belvedere areas became deprived of a night bus Service, whereby other nearby areas of Northumberland Heath, North End and Slade Green—all previously unserved—gained a Night Bus with the introduction of the N89.

Night bus N89 is London's longest at 34-kilometre (21 mi) length, closely followed by the N9 at 33 kilometres (21 miles).

On 28 January 2012, night bus N89 was retained by London Central with new Alexander Dennis Enviro400s.

Current route

 · Erith Cross Street  · Slade Green station  · Bexleyheath  · Welling High Street  · Blackheath station  · Lewisham High Street for Lewisham station  · Deptford Bridge station  · Deptford Broadway  · New Cross station  · New Cross Gate station  · Queens Road Peckham station  · Peckham High Street  · Camberwell Green  · Walworth Road  · Elephant & Castle station  · Southwark station  · Blackfriars station  · Ludgate Circus  · Aldwych  · Charing Cross station  · Trafalgar Square

External links

N91[edit]

N91
Overview
Operator Metroline
Garage Potters Bar (PB)
Holloway (HT)
Vehicle Alexander Dennis Enviro400 10.1m
Volvo B9TL 10.4m / Wright Eclipse Gemini 2
Peak vehicle requirement 14
Night-time 00:00 until 06:17
Route
Start Trafalgar Square
Via King's Cross
Holloway
Crouch End
Wood Green
Southgate
End Cockfosters
Length 14 miles (23 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Weekend frequency 15 minutes
Journey time 62-72 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N91 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Metroline.

History

Route N91 was renumbered from 291 in 1960 to allow for the greater need of numbers for day routes. It ran between Liverpool Street and Willesden Garage via Bank, St. Paul’s, Ludgate Circus, Fleet Street, Strand, Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus, Oxford Circus, Marble Arch, Edgware Road, Harrow Road and Harlesden. It was subsequently rerouted to serve Paddington station, and the route now forms part of today’s route 6 which runs 24 hours.[14]

The present route N91 is the night service for route 91 between Trafalgar Square and Crouch End, and the Piccadilly line between Holborn and Cockfosters, albeit not serving Holloway Road, Arsenal, Finsbury Park, and Manor House stations. Passengers can then continue their journey using night routes N97 to Hammersmith and N9 to Heathrow Airport Central. There is currently no night service for the Uxbridge branch.

Current route

 · Trafalgar Square  · Charing Cross station  · Aldwych for Covent Garden station  · Holborn station  · Russell Square station  · Euston station Bus station  · King's Cross station  · Caledonian Road station  · Holloway  · Crouch End  · Turnpike Lane station  · Wood Green station  · Bounds Green station  · New Southgate station  · Arnos Grove station  · Southgate station  · Oakwood station  · Cockfosters station

External links

N97[edit]

N97
Overview
Operator London United
Garage Shepherd's Bush (S)
Vehicle Scania OmniCity 10.8m
Peak vehicle requirement 9
Night-time 00:15 until 05:45
Route
Start Trafalgar Square
Via Piccadilly Circus
Green Park
Hyde Park Corner
Knightsbridge
South Kensington
Earl's Court
West Brompton
End Hammersmith
Length 6 miles (10 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 20 minutes
Weekend frequency 10 minutes
Journey time 26-36 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N97 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to London United.

History

Night Bus Route N97 has the distinction of being the shortest dedicated Night Bus Route at only 6 miles (9.7 km) long. However, the route began as the 297 in October 1934 (itself being renumbered from route 614) and ran between Liverpool Street and Turnham Green. It was renumbered as N97 in 1960. It ran between Liverpool Street and Turnham Green Garage via Bank, St. Paul’s, Ludgate Circus, Fleet Street, Strand, Trafalgar Square, Piccadilly Circus, Green Park, Hyde Park Corner, Knightsbridge, South Kensington, Fulham Broadway, Dawes Road, Hammersmith and Stamford Brook. It was subsequently rerouted to serve Earl’s Court. In 1977, when the Piccadilly line was extended to Heathrow, the N97 underwent a major change when it was extended to Heathrow Airport via Chiswick, Gunnersbury, Brentford, Isleworth, Hounslow, Hounslow West, Cranford and Harlington Corner, and at the same time was introduced on Saturday night/Sunday morning and substantially increased in frequency.[15] There is no day counterpart to the route, and to travel along this route during the day from Hammersmith one would need to take route 190 to West Brompton, route 74 to Hyde Park Corner and route 9 to Trafalgar Square.

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.

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

External links

N98[edit]

N98
Overview
Operator Metroline
Garage Edgware (EW)
Willesden (AC)
Vehicle Alexander Dennis Enviro400 10.1m
Volvo B7TL 10.1m / Plaxton President
Peak vehicle requirement 13
Night-time 23:30 until 06:00
Route
Start Stanmore
Via Queensbury
Kingsbury
Neasden
Willesden
Kilburn
Edgware Road
Marble Arch
End Russell Square
Length 13 miles (21 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 20 minutes
Weekend frequency 10 minutes
Journey time 50-61 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N98 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, England. Running between Stanmore and Russell Square, it is operated by Metroline

History

Route N98 was introduced in 1960 when the night buses were renumbered with an “N” prefix from the 2×× series, and so the 298 became N98. It ran from Trafalgar Square to Hornchurch Garage via Tottenham Court Road station, Holborn, St. Paul’s, Bank, Aldgate, Stepney Green, Mile End, Bow, Stratford, Forest Gate, Manor Park, Ilford, Seven Kings, Chadwell Heath, Romford and Roneo Corner. The Hornchurch extension was cut back to Romford station, but some journeys were extended from Trafalgar Square to Victoria via Westminster for crews’ meal reliefs. It was one of the few night routes in the early days to run on Saturday night, but the service only came into central London as far as Holborn. The Trafalgar Square to Oxford Circus section was withdrawn in 2003, with no replacement, and instead rerouted to Holborn Red Lion Square. The original service now forms part of 24-hour route 25.[16]

Night bus N98 runs a night service for route 98 between Holborn and Willesden, and then continues to Stanmore via Kingsbury and Neasden as a night service for the Northern end of the Jubilee line. The route is structured so that every other bus runs beyond Willesden to Stanmore.

The route was also on a contract to First London, operating from Alperton (ON), using Leyland Olympians and MCW Metrobuses. In 2003, the allocation was transferred to Metroline, operating from Willesden (AC) and Edgware (EW), using Plaxton President bodied Volvo B7TLs.

In June 2013, Alexander Dennis Enviro400s were introduced.[1]

Current route

 · Stanmore station  · Queensbury station  · Kingsbury station  · Blackbird Cross  · Neasden  · Willesden Bus Garage  · Kilburn High Road station  · Maida Vale station  · Edgware Road station  · Edgware Road station (Bakerloo line)  · Marble Arch station  · Oxford Circus station  · Goodge Street station  · Great Russell Street for British Museum  · Russell Square

External links

N109[edit]

N109
Overview
Operator Arriva London
Garage Brixton (BN)
Vehicle DAF DB250LF 10.2m / Wright Pulsar Gemini
Peak vehicle requirement 9
Night-time 00:45 until 05:26
Route
Start Croydon
Via Streatham
Brixton
Kennington
Westminster
End Oxford Circus
Length 12 miles (19 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 20 minutes
Journey time 55-71 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N109 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Arriva London.

History

Route N109 began operating in the summer of 1994 between Aldwych and Croydon via Trafalgar Square, Brixton and Streatham; then continued either to New Addington or to Coulsdon via Purley.[17]

On 28 August 2010, route N109 was reintroduced to replace the discontinued N159 between Oxford Circus and Croydon.

Route N109 will be passed to Abellio London from 31 January 2015.[4]

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

External links

N113[edit]

N113
Overview
Operator Metroline
Garage Edgware (EW)
Holloway (HT)
Vehicle Alexander Dennis Enviro400 10.1m
Peak vehicle requirement 4
Night-time 00:30 until 05:45
Route
Start Edgware
Via Swiss Cottage
Oxford Street
End Trafalgar Square
Length 13 miles (21 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Journey time 49-55 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N113 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Metroline.

History

On 30 June 2012, London Buses route N113 was introduced.[18] TfL have now published their proposals which are 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.[19]

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  · Trafalgar Square

External links

Full timetable (PDF)

N133[edit]

N133
Overview
Operator Arriva London
Garage Norwood (N)
Vehicle Alexander Dennis Enviro400 10.1m
Peak vehicle requirement 6
Night-time 00:15 until 05:08
Route
Start Mitcham
Via Streatham
Brixton
Elephant & Castle
London Bridge
End Liverpool Street station
Length 11 miles (17 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 20 minutes
Journey time 48-56 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N133 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Arriva London.

History
Current route

 · Mitcham Raleigh Gardens  · Streatham Vale  · Streatham Common station  · Streatham station  · Streatham Hill station  · Brixton station  · Kennington (Oval station)  · Elephant & Castle station  · Borough station  · London Bridge station  · Monument station  · Bank station  · Moorgate station  · Liverpool Street station Bus station

External links

N136[edit]

N136
Overview
Operator Stagecoach London
Garage Catford (TL)
Vehicle Dennis Trident 2 10.5m / Alexander ALX400
Alexander Dennis Enviro400 10.2m
Peak vehicle requirement 10
Night-time 00:20 until 05:41
Route
Start Oxford Circus
Via Victoria
Peckham
Lewisham
Grove Park
End Chislehurst
Length 17 miles (27 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Weekend frequency Weekends: 20 minutes
Journey time 74-91 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N136 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Stagecoach London.

History

On 9 February 2008, night bus N136 was introduced to replace the discontinued night bus N36.

Current route

 · Oxford Circus  · Piccadilly Circus  · Trafalgar Square Charring Cross station  · Westminster station  · Victoria station  · Vauxhall station Bus station  · Oval station  · Camberwell Green  · Queen's Road station (Peckham)  · New Cross Gate station  · Lewisham station  · Catford  · Catford Garage  · Grove Park station Bus station  · Chislehurst

External links

N137[edit]

N137
Overview
Operator Arriva London
Garage Norwood (N)
Vehicle Alexander Dennis Enviro400 10.1m[20]
Peak vehicle requirement 11
Night-time 00:03 until 06:19
Route
Start Crystal Palace
Via Norwood
Streatham Hill
Clapham Common
Sloane Square
End Oxford Circus
Length 11 miles (18 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Weekend frequency 15 minutes
Journey time 49-51 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N137 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, England. The service is contracted to Arriva London.

History
Current route

 · Crystal Palace Bus station  · Norwood  · Streatham Hill station  · Clapham Common station  · Queenstown Road station  · Battersea Park station  · Sloane Square station  · Knightsbridge station  · Hyde Park Corner station  · Marble Arch station  · Bond Street station  · Oxford Circus station Regent Street

External links

N155[edit]

N155
Overview
Operator London General
Garage Sutton (A)
Merton (AL)
Vehicle Alexander Dennis Enviro400 9.9m / Optare Olympus
Volvo B7TL 10.1m / Plaxton President
Peak vehicle requirement 18
Night-time 23:45 until 06:00
Route
Start Morden
Via Tooting
Clapham
Kennington
Trafalgar Square
End Aldwych
Length 11 miles (17 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 15 minutes
Weekend frequency 8 minutes
Journey time 37-59 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N155 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to London General.

History

The service used to run as far as Sutton, but was cut back and now terminates at Morden.

Current route

 · Morden station  · Morden Road Tramlink  · South Wimbledon station  · Colliers Wood station  · Tooting Broadway station  · Tooting Bec station  · Balham station  · Clapham South station  · Clapham Common station  · Clapham High Street station  · Clapham North station  · Stockwell station  · Kennington (Oval station)  · Elephant & Castle station  · Lambeth North station  · Westminster station  · Trafalgar Square  · Charing Cross station  · Aldwych

External links

N171[edit]

N171
Overview
Operator London Central
Garage New Cross (NX)
Vehicle Volvo B9TL 10.4m / Wright Eclipse Gemini 2
Peak vehicle requirement 5
Night-time 00:10 until 05:31
Route
Start Hither Green
Via Catford
Brockley
New Cross
Peckham
Elephant & Castle
End Tottenham Court Road station
Length 12 miles (19 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Journey time 45-54 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N171 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to London Central.

History

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.[21]

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

External links

N205[edit]

N205
Overview
Operator Stagecoach London
Garage Bow (BW)
Vehicle Alexander Dennis Enviro400H 10.2m
Peak vehicle requirement 7
Night-time 00:30 until 06:15
Route
Start Paddington
Via Marylebone
Euston bus station
Islington
Liverpool Street station
Bow
Stratford
End Leyton
Length 11 miles (18 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Weekend frequency 20 minutes
Journey time 58-74 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N205 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, England. Running between Paddington and Leyton, it is operated by Stagecoach London.

History

Route N205 was introduced on 31 August 2013, to replace the night service on 24-hour route 205. No timetable change took place; the existing night-time services on the 205 was simply re-numbered as N205 and extended to Leyton, Drapers Field via Stratford as part of the Stratford development scheme.

Current route

 • Paddington Cleveland Terrace  · Paddington station  · Edgware Road station  · Marylebone station  · Baker Street station  · Regent's Park station  · Great Portland Street station  · Warren Street station  · Euston Square station  · Euston station Bus station  · St Pancras station  · Kings Cross station  · Angel station  · Old Street station  · Liverpool Street station  · Aldgate station  · Aldgate East station  · Whitechapel station  · Stepney Green station  · Mile End station  · Bow Road station  · Bow Church station  · Stratford City bus station  · East Village  · High Road Leyton Temple Mills Lane

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N207[edit]

N207
Overview
Operator Metroline
Garage Hayes (HZ)
Vehicle Scania OmniCity 10.8m
Peak vehicle requirement 21
Night-time 00:00 until 05:00
Route
Start Uxbridge
Via Hayes End
Southall
Ealing
Acton
Shepherd's Bush
Oxford Circus
End Holborn
Length 17 miles (28 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 15 minutes
Weekend frequency 7-8 minutes
Journey time 63-94 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N207 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Metroline.

History

N207 replaced the former night bus N89, which ran from Uxbridge station to Victoria station, in 2001. It was then rerouted to Aldwych, and in 2005 it was rerouted again to Holborn. Night bus N207's Acton allocation was transferred to Hayes in March 2008. On 29 May 2010, route N207 was temporarily withdrawn between Holborn to Oxford Circus.

On 22 June 2013, the operation of route N207 was transferred to Metroline.

Current route

 • Uxbridge station  · Hayes End  · Hayes Grapes  · Hayes By-Pass  · Southall High Street  · Ealing Hospital  · Hanwell Broadway  · West Ealing Broadway  · Ealing Broadway station  · Ealing Common station  · Acton High Street  · Acton Vale  · Shepherd's Bush Market station  · Shepherd's Bush stations  · Holland Park station  · Notting Hill Gate station  · Queensway station  · Lancaster Gate station  · Marble Arch station  · Bond Street station  · Oxford Circus station  · Tottenham Court Road station  · Holborn Red Lion Square

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N253[edit]

N253
Overview
Operator Arriva London
Garage Stamford Hill (SF)
Vehicle Volvo B5L 10.4m / Wright Eclipse Gemini 2
Peak vehicle requirement 13
Night-time 00:05 until 06:05
Route
Start Aldgate
Via Hackney
Finsbury Park
Camden Town
Euston
End Tottenham Court Road station
Length 11 miles (18 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 15 minutes
Weekend frequency 12 minutes
Journey time 55-63 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N253 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Arriva London.

History
Current route

 · Aldgate station Bus station  · Aldgate East station  · Whitechapel station  · Bethnal Green Tube station  · Cambridge Heath station  · Hackney Central station  · Hackney Downs station  · Clapton station  · Stamford Hill  · Stamford Hill station  · Manor House station  · Finsbury Park station  · Holloway  · Camden Road station  · Camden Town station  · Mornington Crescent station  · Euston station Bus station  · Euston Square station (for Warren Street station)  · Tottenham Court Road station St Giles High Street

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N279[edit]

N279
Overview
Operator Arriva London
Garage Enfield (E)
Vehicle Alexander Dennis Enviro400 10.2m
Peak vehicle requirement 15
Night-time 00:10 until 06:31
Route
Start Trafalgar Square
Via Warren Street
Camden
Holloway
Seven Sisters
Tottenham
Edmonton
Enfield
End Waltham Cross
Length 14 miles (23 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 20 minutes
Weekend frequency 12 minutes
Journey time 61-74 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N279 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Arriva London.

History

Night bus N279 is the night service for route 279 between Waltham Cross and Manor House station, it then continues to Trafalgar Square via Holloway, Camden, Warren Street, Tottenham Court Road and Leicester Square. It previously continued to Victoria. Back in 1998, there were journeys continuing out into the countryside to Upshire. Route N279 is the only London night bus route terminating outside the Greater London boundary.

It once ran via St Pancras, King's Cross & Euston but due to Pancras Road being a one way system it was rerouted via Eversholt Street and Hampstead Road in 2006.

On 15 October 2011, night route N279 was retained by Arriva London with new Alexander Dennis Enviro400s.

Current route

 · Trafalgar Square Charing Cross station  · Leicester Square station  · Tottenham Court Road station  · Goodge Street station  · Warren Street station  · Mornington Crescent station  · Camden Town station  · Camden Road station  · Holloway Nag's Head  · Finsbury Park station  · Manor House station  · Seven Sisters station  · Tottenham Swan  · Bruce Grove station  · Upper Edmonton  · Edmonton Green station  · Ponders End  · Enfield Highway  · Walttham Cross station Bus station

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N343[edit]

N343
Overview
Operator Abellio London
Garage Walworth Road (WL)
Vehicle Alexander Dennis Enviro400 10.1m
Peak vehicle requirement 5
Night-time 00:20 until 05:37
Route
Start New Cross Gate
Via Brockley
Peckham
Elephant & Castle
London Bridge
End Trafalgar Square
Length 11 miles (17 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Journey time 42-48 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N343 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Abellio London.

History
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

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N381[edit]

N381
Overview
Operator Abellio London
Garage Walworth Road (WL)
Vehicle Volvo B7TL 10.6m / Wright Eclipse Gemini
Peak vehicle requirement 4
Night-time 00:25 until 05:25
Route
Start Peckham
Via Surrey Quays
Rotherhithe
London Bridge
Waterloo
End Trafalgar Square
Length 9 miles (14 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Journey time 40-45 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N381 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Abellio London.

History
Current route

 · Peckham Bus station  · Bonamy Estate  · Surrey Quays station  · Canada Water station  · Rotherhithe station  · Bermondsey station  · London Bridge station  · Southwark  · Waterloo station  · Westminster station  · Trafalgar Square (for Charing Cross station)

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N550[edit]

N550
Overview
Operator Tower Transit
Garage Lea Interchange (LI)
Vehicle Alexander Dennis Enviro400 10.1m
Peak vehicle requirement 5
Night-time 23:52 until 06:36
Route
Start Canning Town
Via Isle of Dogs
Limehouse
Aldgate
Blackfriars
End Trafalgar Square
Length 11 miles (17 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Journey time 42-50 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N550 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Tower Transit.

History

On 30 October 2008, route N550 was introduced to replace route N50.

On 31 August 2013, Tower Transit commenced operating route N550.[4]

Current route

 · Canning Town station Bus station  · Poplar (All Saints station)  · Cubitt Town  · Island Gardens station  · Canary Wharf station  · Heron Quays station  · Westferry station  · Limehouse station  · Aldgate East station  · Aldgate station  · Bank station  · Mansion House station  · Blackfriars station  · Embankment station  · Trafalgar Square Cockspur Street (for Charing Cross station)

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N551[edit]

N551
Overview
Operator Tower Transit
Garage Lea Interchange (LI)
Vehicle Alexander Dennis Enviro400 10.1m
Peak vehicle requirement 5
Night-time 23:30 until 06:30
Route
Start Gallions Reach station
Via Beckton
Prince Regent
Keir Hardie Estate
Canning Town
Poplar
Limehouse
Aldgate
Bank
St. Paul's
Aldwych
End Trafalgar Square
Length 10 miles (16 km)
Service
Level Nights
Frequency 30 minutes
Journey time 48-58 minutes
The frequency given is the general frequency, throughout the night.

London Buses route N551 is a Transport for London contracted night bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is contracted to Tower Transit.

History

On 30 October 2008, route N551 was introduced to replace route N50.

On 31 August 2013, Tower Transit commenced operating route N551.[4]

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  · Poplar (All Saints station)  · Limehouse station  · Shadwell  · Aldgate station  · Bank  · Mansion House station  · St Paul's  · City Thameslink station  · Aldwych  · Charing Cross Station Road  · Trafalgar Square Cockspur Street

External links

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Forthcoming planned service changes Londonbusroutes.net 25 May 2013
  2. ^ "Service changes". Londonbusroutes.net. Retrieved 2013-02-14. 
  3. ^ Tender News Bus Talk (Go-Ahead London) issue 25 December 2013
  4. ^ a b c d http://www.lots.org.uk/
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  6. ^ http://www.londonbusroutes.net/changes.htm#174
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  10. ^ "London Transport Night Routes N1–N83". London Transport “E” Plates. Alan Gryfe. Retrieved 24 May 2013. 
  11. ^ "London Transport Night Routes N84–N88". London Transport “E” Plates. Alan Gryfe. Retrieved 24 May 2013. 
  12. ^ "London Transport Night Routes N84–N88". London Transport “E” Plates. Alan Gryfe. Retrieved 24 May 2013. 
  13. ^ "London Transport Night Routes N89–N93". London Transport “E” Plates. Alan Gryfe. Retrieved 24 May 2013. 
  14. ^ "London Transport Night Routes N89–N93". London Transport “E” Plates. Alan Gryfe. Retrieved 24 May 2013. 
  15. ^ "London Transport Night Routes N89–N93". London Transport “E” Plates. Alan Gryfe. Retrieved 24 May 2013. 
  16. ^ "London Transport Night Routes N89–N93". London Transport “E” Plates. Alan Gryfe. Retrieved 24 May 2013. 
  17. ^ "London Transport Night Routes N94–N299". London Transport “E” Plates. Alan Gryfe. Retrieved 24 May 2013. 
  18. ^ "Service changes". Londonbusroutes.net. Retrieved 2012-01-19. 
  19. ^ "Citizen Space - Bus service proposal: new night bus route N113 and changes to route N13". Consultations.tfl.gov.uk. Retrieved 2012-01-19. 
  20. ^ http://www.londonbusroutes.net/details.htm
  21. ^ Citizen Space - Bus service proposal: route N171

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