LARS CHRISTIAN and PAUL LANDYMORE argue that a major overhaul is required for the red bus network to meet the needs of the 2020s and that could mean taking out many intermediate stops

The five high-frequency 24hr routes proposed by the authors would run on lanes segregated from other traffic.

Today’s London bus network has been largely unaltered since the introduction of the congestion charge in 2003 and some routes have existed in a similar format for over 100 years.


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