Axe poised over RV1

Heritage Routemasters look safe as TfL proposes over 30 changes


Tower Transit BH63102 (LJ67 HTG), one of two Van Hool A330 hydrogen fuel-cell buses operated on route RV1, photographed in Upper Ground on the South Bank. MARK LYONS
The plan envisages a change of central London terminus for route 14. This is Go-Ahead London MHV99 (LF67 EWY), a Volvo B5LH with MCV EvoSeti body, operating a westbound journey in Thurloe Place, Kensington. MARK LYONS

Thirty-one central London routes — several of them high-profile services — will be withdrawn, curtailed or restructured in Transport for London’s plans to adjust bus provision to take account of changes in demand.

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