Festive season bus services
Here are the service hours for Arriva London over the festive period:
|Wed 24th Dec 2014||SATURDAY Service||** NO SERVICE **|
|Thu 25th Dec||** NO SERVICE **||** NO SERVICE **|
|Fri 26th Dec||SUNDAY Service||SUNDAY Service|
|Sat 27th Dec||SATURDAY Service||SATURDAY Service|
|Sun 28th Dec||SUNDAY Service||SUNDAY Service|
|Mon 29th Dec||SATURDAY Service||MONDAY Service|
|Tue 30th Dec||SATURDAY Service||MONDAY Service|
|Wed 31st Dec||SATURDAY Service||SATURDAY Service
(Routes 73, 109, 121, 123,
133, 221, 319, 412, 432,
444 & W3 will operate
throughout the night.
There will also be
additional journeys on
route 176 & N279)
|Thu 1st Jan 2015||SUNDAY Service||SUNDAY Service|
|Fri 2nd Jan||SATURDAY Service||SATURDAY Service|
|Sat 3rd Jan||** NORMAL SERVICES RESUME **|
Please visit TfL's web-site for up-to-date information.
Published : Thu 6th Apr. 2017 - Thu 11th May. 2017
Vintage bus parade at Victoria Bus Station to mark the 70th anniversary of the first post-war RT bus features an Arriva route
To mark the 70th anniversary of the first post-war RT bus, there was a parade of vintage buses at Victoria Bus Station on Wednesday morning.
The visit had been organised following Leon meeting Enfield bus driver Malkiat Birdi, whilst he was attending the TfL initiative for drivers called Hello London.
Making the capital’s buses as simple to use as the London Underground is a new initiative being trialled on seven London bus routes, including Arriva London routes 150 and 128.
In association with TfL and HCT Transport, we opened our doors to welcome the public, giving them the opportunity to explore the garage, meet our operations teams, ride on a bus through the bus wash, tour our operations control centres and see & ride on some historic preserved buses.
Our recent route gains in North London include route 19, from Finsbury Park to Battersea Bridge (South Side), which has meant implementing an extensive mobilisation programme to maintain our high standards.
One of the most important elements in Arriva London’s development is the training and education it offers its staff, from engineering apprentices to graduate trainees, everyone in the business is offered the opportunity to develop and flourish.