Night bus consultation

TfL is now seeking feedback on plans to launch night bus services timed to complement the Night Tube, which is scheduled to launch in September. A public consultation is now in progress on these plans, which runs until 1 July. The proposals follow a comprehensive review of TfL’s night buses. This looked at demand for new links on weekend-nights from suburban stations for passengers travelling to and from central London on the new nocturnal underground service. The capital’s transport authority is planning to continue all night bus services and introduce 20 new services and one extended service, to help customers travel to and from Night Tube stations. Seventeen of the new services would run on Friday and Saturday nights, with three running seven nights a week. These are intended to help passengers start or finish their Night Tube journeys, as well as providing new travel opportunities to and from suburban local centres. All of the services would follow the same route and run between the same points as the day service.

The public consultation available online at

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