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THREE MAYORS, TWO ROUTEMASTERS

MARK LYONS

It is 20 years since Transport for London was created...

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LOOK IN ON LONDON: Fares are waived

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Middle door boarding as Covid-19 claims over 30 bus workers’ lives...

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LOOK IN ON LONDON: £500m virus bill

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Passenger numbers on the London bus network were down...

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Tramway preferred over BRT for Sutton

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Trams rather than bus rapid transit are Transport for London’s...

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£1,600 to tempt drivers

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Mayor unveils retention scheme to tackle spiralling turnover...

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‘There is no contractual mechanism’ for hydrogen double-deckers

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Mayor Sadiq Khan has confirmed that that, following the collapse...

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New role for early BYDs

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Latest awards will put electric double-deckers on three school...

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TfL sets bold EV target

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Business plan also promises bus station improvements ...

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A Thames Valley centenary commemoration

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Title: 100 Years of Reading Motorbuses Publisher: The Thames...

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More electric double-deckers

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Three reoutes skirting central area are set to go zero-emission...

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RATP fights back

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LOOK IN ON LONDON Kingston route won from Abellio after earlier...

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Real-life safety trials

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LOOK IN ON LONDON Five operators to evaluate five accident...

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Open boarding to end?

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LOOK IN ON LONDON Route 8 trial brings New Routemasters in...

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Time again for an annual treat

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REVIEWS Title: Buses Yearbook 2020 Editor: Stewart...

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Four more go electric

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LOOK IN ON LONDON Hammersmith Bridge closure looks likely...

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Two routes to go Planned central London changes will go ahead in phases

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LOOK IN ON LONDON Tower Transit WSH62997 (LF63...

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Big switch for LTs

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LOOK IN ON LONDON Abellio gains the first and last New Routemaster...

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DRT for Sutton

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LOOK IN ON LONDON Go-Ahead brings PickMeUp experience to TfL-sponsored...

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LOOK IN ON LONDON

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Go-Ahead gains again New hybrids to replace Arriva’s last...

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Slower yet and slower

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LOOK IN ON LONDON Watchdog demands action to halt expected...

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The Country Area reconsidered in retrospect

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This is a prequel to Peter Aves’s previous volume Green No...

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BRT for Sutton?

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Artics in two of three proposals for southern suburban link ...

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A small but perfectly followed system

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REVIEWS Fifty years after the system closed, Reading’s...

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TfL sets safety standard

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LOOK IN ON LONDON Five-year target to change the shape of...

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Axe poised over RV1

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Heritage Routemasters look safe as TfL proposes over 30 changes...

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A smorgasbord of fascinating features

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REVIEWS Title: Buses Yearbook 2019 Editor: Stewart J. Brown...

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Two central London routes to be withdrawn?

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LOOK IN ON LONDON Tower Transit DNH39123 (SN12 ATF),...

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Selkent and Metroline lose work

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Gains for Go-Ahead and Abellio, new garage for Abellio ...

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Double-deck EVs for two routes

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Metroline orders 68 Enviro400s and Metrodeckers for 2019 ...

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Route 104 to change hands

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Elizabeth Line changes in East End, restructure in the west ...

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