London Buses route 383

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London Bus route 383.jpg
Operator Uno
Garage Hatfield
Vehicle Alexander Dennis Enviro200 Dart
Peak vehicle requirement 3
Start Barnet
Via East Barnet
Oakleigh Park
Torrington Park
End Woodside Park
Length 7 miles (11 km)
Level Monday to Saturday

London Buses route 383 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, England. Running between Barnet and Woodside Park, it is operated by Uno.


Route 383 commenced operating on 25 July 1998 between Potters Bar and New Barnet stations replacing part of route 326. It was operated by Metroline's Potters Bar garage with Marshall bodied Dennis Darts.

On 15 May 1999, it was extended at its northern end from Potters station to Potters Bar garage and at its southern end to Woodside Park station via Oakleigh Park.

Upon being re-tendered, it passed to Sullivan Buses' South Mimms garage on 26 July 2003 being withdrawn between Potters Bar and Barnet on the same date.[1] When next tendered, it returned to Metroline, Potters Bar on 26 July 2008.[2]

Upon being re-tendered, the route was awarded to Hertfordshire-based Uno, with the transfer to occur on 25 July 2015.[3] The 383 will be Uno's first Transport for London route. Uno took over the route on 25 July 2015 with 4 new Enviro 200's

Current route[edit]


  1. ^ Metrobus loses in London tenders Bus & Coach Professional 4 January 2008
  2. ^ Bus tender results Route 383 Transport for London 20 December 2007
  3. ^ Tender News Bus Talk issue 31 December 2014 (Go-Ahead London)

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