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Two double-decker buses on routes 8 and 205 at Bishopsgate in 2022
A single-decker bus on route 309 in Aberfeldy Village in 2022

This is a list of Transport for London (TfL) contracted bus routes in London, England, as well as commercial services that enter the Greater London area (except coaches).

Bus services in London are operated by Arriva London, Go-Ahead London (Blue Triangle, Docklands Buses, London Central and London General), Metroline, RATP Dev Transit London (London Sovereign, London United and London Transit), Stagecoach London (East London, Selkent and Thameside), Sullivan Buses, Transport UK London Bus and Uno. TfL-sponsored operators run more than 500 services.

Examples of non TfL-sponsored operators include, but are not limited to: Arriva Herts & Essex, Arriva Southern Counties, Carousel Buses, Diamond South East, Go-Coach, First Beeline, Metrobus, Stagecoach South, Thames Valley Buses and Reading Buses.

Classification of route numbers

In Victorian times, people who took the bus would recognise the owner and the route of an omnibus (Latin: "for everyone") only by its livery and its line name, with painted signs on the sides showing the two termini to indicate the route. Then, in 1906, George Samuel Dicks of the London Motor Omnibus Company decided that, as the line name 'Vanguard' had proved to be very popular, he would name all lines 'Vanguard' and number the company's five routes 1 through to 5. Other operators soon saw the advantage, in that a unique route number was easier for the travelling public to remember, and so the practice of using route numbers soon spread.[1]

Historic classification

Feltham tram (in use up to 1933) showing only two slots for the route number.
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Bus routes run by London Transport were grouped as follows.

The London Traffic Act 1924 imposed numbering known as the Bassom Scheme, named after Superintendent (later Chief Constable) Arthur Ernest Bassom of the Metropolitan Police who devised it. For many decades, variant and short workings used letter suffixes (e.g. "77B"). The numbers reflected the company that operated the route.

The numbering was revised in 1934 after London Transport was formed:

From 1934
Route numbers Type of service
1–199 "Central Area" red double-decker services.
200–289 "Central Area" red single-decker services.
290–299 "Central Area" night bus routes.
300–399 "Country Area" north of the River Thames. (Rural services were operated by London Country Bus Services after 1970).[2]
400–499 "Country Area" south of the River Thames.
500–699 Trolleybuses.
701–799 Green Line.
800–899 "Country Area New Towns" routes.

Current classification

Route numbers Type of service
1–599 Most local day routes, including 24-hour services.
600–699 School services, with the majority of them operating only one return journey per day.
700–799 Regional and national coach services, including Green Line. Also used for temporary TfL routes.
800–899 Regional and national coach services.
900–999 One mobility buses route within TfL, detailed below.
Other letter-prefixed routes Local day routes, including 24-hour services, with the letter denoting a key area the bus travels through.
EL-prefixed routes East London Transit routes.
SL-prefixed routes Superloop routes.
N-prefixed routes Night Bus routes.

List of routes

All routes operate in both directions unless detailed.

1–99

Route Start End Operator Notes
1 Surrey Quays Shopping Centre Hampstead Heath London Central Temporarily withdrawn between Surrey Quays Shopping Centre and Canada Water bus station until mid-April 2024 due to Canada Water bus station being closed for improvement works.[3]
2 Marylebone station Norwood bus garage Arriva London
3 Crystal Palace bus station Victoria bus station Transport UK London Bus Withdrawn between Oxford Circus and Whitehall on 15 July 2017, rerouted to Victoria bus station on 29 April 2023.[4][5]
4 Archway tube station Blackfriars station Metroline
5 Canning Town bus station Romford Market Blue Triangle
6 London Victoria station Willesden bus garage Metroline 24-hour operation.[6]
7 East Acton Oxford Circus Metroline
8 Bow Church Tottenham Court Road station Stagecoach London
9 Aldwych Hammersmith bus station Metroline
11 Fulham Town Hall London Waterloo station London General
12 Dulwich Library Oxford Circus London Central 24-hour operation.[6]
13 North Finchley bus station London Victoria station London Transit 24-hour operation.[7]
14 Putney Heath Russell Square London General 24-hour operation.[6]
15 Blackwall DLR station Charing Cross tube station Blue Triangle
16 Brent Park London Paddington station Metroline
17[8][9] Archway tube station London Bridge bus station Metroline
18 Euston bus station Sudbury & Harrow Road railway station London United
19 Battersea Bridge Finsbury Park bus station Arriva London
20[10][11] Debden Walthamstow bus station Stagecoach London
21 Lewisham Shopping Centre Holloway London Central
22 Oxford Circus Putney Common London General
23 Aldwych Westbourne Park tube station London Transit 24-hour operation.[6]
24 Hampstead Heath Pimlico Transport UK London Bus 24-hour operation.[6]
25 Ilford City Thameslink railway station Stagecoach London
26 Hackney Wick London Victoria station Stagecoach London
27 Chalk Farm Hammersmith Grove Transport UK London Bus
28 Kensal Rise railway station Southside Wandsworth London Transit
29 Trafalgar Square Wood Green tube station Arriva London
30 Hackney Wick Marble Arch tube station Metroline
31 Camden Town White City bus station Metroline
32 Edgware bus station Kilburn Park tube station Metroline
33[12] Fulwell railway station Castelnau London United Temporarily withdrawn between Castelnau and Hammersmith bus station until further notice due to the closure of Hammersmith Bridge.[13]
34[14] Barnet Church Walthamstow bus station Arriva London
35 Clapham Junction railway station Shoreditch London Central 24-hour operation.[6]
36 New Cross bus garage Queen's Park station London Central 24-hour operation.[6]
37 Peckham Putney Heath London Central 24-hour operation.[15]
38 Clapton Pond Victoria bus station Arriva London
39 Clapham Junction railway station Putney Bridge tube station London General
40[16] Clerkenwell Green Dulwich Library London Central
41 Archway tube station Tottenham Hale bus station Arriva London
42 East Dulwich Shoreditch London Central Extended from Denmark Hill to East Dulwich on 1 October 2016.[17]
43 Friern Barnet London Bridge bus station Metroline 24-hour operation.[6]
44 Tooting railway station London Victoria station London General
45 Clapham Park Elephant and Castle Transport UK London Bus Ran to London King's Cross railway station until 15 June 2019.[18]
46 London Paddington station St Bartholomew's Hospital Metroline Operated with electric buses since 20 October 2018.[19]
47[20] Catford bus garage Shoreditch Stagecoach London 24-hour operation.[21][22]
49[23][9] Clapham Junction White City bus station London United
50 Fairfield Halls Stockwell tube station Arriva London
51[24] Orpington railway station Beresford Square London Central
52 Victoria bus station Willesden bus garage Metroline 24-hour operation.[6]
53 Plumstead railway station Lower Marsh Stagecoach London
54 Woolwich railway station Elmers End station Stagecoach London Transferred from London General to Stagecoach London on 3 May 2014.[25]
55 Walthamstow bus station Oxford Circus Stagecoach London
56[9] St Bartholomew's Hospital Whipps Cross Stagecoach London
57 Clapham Park Fairfield bus station London General 24-hour operation.[15]
58 East Ham Walthamstow bus station Stagecoach London
59 St Bartholomew's Hospital Streatham Hill Arriva London
60 Old Coulsdon Streatham railway station Arriva London
61 Bromley North railway station Chislehurst Stagecoach London
62 Barking Marks Gate Stagecoach London
63 London King's Cross railway station Honor Oak Transport UK London Bus
64 New Addington Thornton Heath Pond Arriva London 24-hour operation.[26]
65 Ealing Broadway station Kingston upon Thames London United
66[27] Leytonstone bus station Romford railway station Arriva London
67 Dalston Junction railway station Wood Green tube station London General
68 Euston bus station West Norwood Transport UK London Bus
69 Canning Town bus station Walthamstow bus station Blue Triangle 24-hour operation.[28]
70[29] Chiswick Business Park South Kensington tube station London United
71 Chessington World of Adventures Kingston upon Thames London United Temporarily withdrawn between Cromwell Road bus station and Kingston upon Thames until summer 2024 due to Cromwell Road bus station being closed for redevelopment works.[30]
72 East Acton Hammersmith Bridge London United Temporarily withdrawn between Hammersmith Bridge and Roehampton until further notice due to the closure of Hammersmith Bridge.[31]
73 Oxford Circus Stoke Newington Common Arriva London
74 Baker Street tube station Putney Exchange London General
75 Fairfield Halls Lewisham station Stagecoach London
76 Tottenham Hale bus station Lower Marsh Arriva London 24-hour operation.[32]
77 Tooting railway station London Waterloo station London General
78 Nunhead Shoreditch High Street railway station London Central
79 Stonebridge Park station Edgware bus station London Sovereign
80 Downview & High Down Prisons Hackbridge London General
81 Slough Hounslow bus station Metroline Temporarily withdrawn between Slough bus station and Slough until further notice due to Slough bus station being closed due to damage caused by a recent fire.[33]
83 Alperton Golders Green tube station Metroline
85 Kingston upon Thames Putney Bridge tube station London United
86[34] Romford railway station Stratford bus station Stagecoach London
87 Aldwych Wandsworth London General Originally numbered 77A until 3 June 2006.[35]
88 Parliament Hill Fields Clapham Common London General 24-hour operation.[6]
89 Lewisham station Slade Green railway station London Central
90 Feltham Northolt tube station Metroline Operated with double-decker buses since 29 August 2015.[36]
91 Crouch End Trafalgar Square London General Transferred from Metroline to London General on 4 February 2023.
92 Ealing Hospital St Raphael's North Metroline
93 North Cheam Putney Bridge tube station London General 24-hour operation.[15]
94 Acton Green Piccadilly Circus London United 24-hour operation.[6]
95 Shepherd's Bush Green Southall Town Hall Metroline
96 Bluewater Shopping Centre Woolwich Stagecoach London
97 Chingford railway station Stratford City bus station Stagecoach London
98 Red Lion Square Willesden bus garage Metroline
99 Bexleyheath Shopping Centre Beresford Square Arriva London Extended from Erith to Bexleyheath Shopping Centre on 24 January 2009.[37]

100–199

Route Start End Operator Notes
100 St Paul's tube station Shadwell railway station London Central Operated with electric buses since 18 January 2020.
101 Beckton bus station Wanstead tube station Blue Triangle
102 Brent Cross bus station Edmonton Green bus station Arriva London 24-hour operation between Edmonton Green bus station and Golders Green tube station.[38]
103 Chase Cross Rainham railway station Arriva London
104 Beckton bus station Stratford bus station Blue Triangle
105 Greenford station Heathrow Central bus station London United 24-hour operation.[39]
106 Finsbury Park bus station Whitechapel London General
107 Edgware bus station New Barnet railway station Metroline Crosses border into Hertfordshire at Elstree & Borehamwood railway station.[40]
108 Lewisham Shopping Centre Stratford International station London Central 24-hour operation.[28]
108D Lewisham Shopping Centre North Greenwich bus station London Central Runs only at night.
109 Croydon Brixton tube station Transport UK London Bus
110 Hammersmith bus station Hounslow bus station London United
111 Heathrow Central bus station Kingston upon Thames Transport UK London Bus 24-hour operation.[39]
Temporarily withdrawn between Cromwell Road bus station and Kingston upon Thames until summer 2024 due to Cromwell Road bus station being closed for redevelopment works.[41]
112 Ealing Broadway station Tally Ho Corner Metroline
113 Edgware bus station Marble Arch tube station Metroline
114 Mill Hill Broadway railway station Ruislip tube station Metroline
115 Aldgate bus station East Ham Blue Triangle
116 Ashford Hospital Hounslow bus station London United
117 Staines-upon-Thames West Middlesex University Hospital London United
118 Morden tube station Brixton tube station London General
119 Bromley North railway station Croydon Colonnades London General 24-hour operation.[42]
120 Hounslow bus station Northolt tube station Metroline
121 Enfield Island Village Turnpike Lane bus station Arriva London
122 Crystal Palace bus station Plumstead bus garage Stagecoach London
123 Ilford Wood Green tube station Arriva London[43] 24-hour operation.[44]
124[45] St Dunstan's College Eltham Stagecoach London
125 Colindale tube station Winchmore Hill London Sovereign
126 Bromley Eltham London General
127 Purley railway station Tooting Broadway tube station London General
128 Claybury Broadway Romford railway station Stagecoach London 24-hour operation.[28]
129 Lewisham Shopping Centre North Greenwich bus station London Central
130[46] New Addington Thornton Heath Transport UK London Bus
131 Fairfield bus station Tooting Broadway tube station London General Transferred from London United to London General on 30 September 2017.[47]
132[48] Bexleyheath Shopping Centre North Greenwich bus station London Central Extended from Eltham railway station to North Greenwich bus station on 24 January 2009.[37]
133 Streatham railway station Holborn tube station Transport UK London Bus
134 University College Hospital Tally Ho Corner Metroline 24-hour operation.[6]
135 Cubitt Town Moorfields Eye Hospital Stagecoach London
136[45] Elephant and Castle Grove Park railway station Stagecoach London
137 Marble Arch tube station Streatham Hill Arriva London
138 Bromley North railway station Coney Hall London General
139 Golders Green tube station London Waterloo station Metroline 24-hour operation.[6]
140 Harrow Weald bus garage Hayes & Harlington railway station Metroline Withdrawn between Heathrow Central bus station and Hayes & Harlington railway station on 7 December 2019.
141 London Bridge bus station Palmers Green Arriva London
142 Brent Cross bus station Watford Junction railway station Metroline
143 Archway tube station Brent Cross bus station Metroline
144 Edmonton Green bus station Muswell Hill Arriva London
145 Dagenham Leytonstone bus station Stagecoach London
146[49] Bromley North railway station Downe Stagecoach London
147 Canning Town bus station Ilford Blue Triangle
148[9] Camberwell Green White City bus station London United 24-hour operation.[6]
149 Edmonton Green bus station London Bridge bus station Arriva London 24-hour operation.[6]
150 Becontree Heath Chigwell Row Arriva London
151 Wallington Worcester Park railway station London General
152 New Malden Pollards Hill London General
153 Finsbury Park bus station Liverpool Street bus station London General
154 Morden tube station West Croydon bus station London General
155 Elephant and Castle St George's Hospital London General
156 Vauxhall bus station Wimbledon station Transport UK London Bus
157 Crystal Palace bus station Morden tube station London General
158 Chingford Mount Stratford bus station Arriva London 24-hour operation.[50]
159 Oxford Circus Streatham railway station Transport UK London Bus 24-hour operation.[6]
160[51] Catford Bridge railway station Sidcup railway station Stagecoach London
161 Chislehurst North Greenwich bus station Stagecoach London
162 Beckenham Junction station Eltham railway station London General
163 Morden tube station Wimbledon London General
164 Wimbledon Sutton railway station London General
165 Rainham The Brewery Stagecoach London
166 Banstead
Epsom Hospital (once per hour)
West Croydon bus station Arriva London
167 Ilford Loughton tube station Stagecoach London
169 Barking Clayhall Stagecoach London
170 Roehampton London Victoria station London General
171 Elephant and Castle Catford bus garage London Central Ran to Holborn tube station until 15 June 2019.[52]
172 Brockley Rise Aldwych London Central Ran to Clerkenwell Green until 15 June 2019.[16]
173 Beckton bus station King George Hospital Stagecoach London
174 Beam Park Harold Hill Stagecoach London
175 Dagenham Hillrise Estate Arriva London
176 Penge Tottenham Court Road station London Central 24-hour operation.[6]
177 Peckham Thamesmead Stagecoach London
178 Lewisham station Woolwich London Central
179 Chingford railway station Ilford Stagecoach London
180 Erith North Greenwich bus station Stagecoach London
181 Grove Park railway station Lewisham station Stagecoach London
182 Brent Cross bus station Harrow Weald Metroline
183 Golders Green tube station Pinner tube station London Sovereign
184 Chipping Barnet Turnpike Lane bus station London General
185 Lewisham station London Victoria station London Central
186 Brent Cross bus station Northwick Park Hospital Metroline
187 O2 Centre Central Middlesex Hospital Metroline
188 North Greenwich bus station Tottenham Court Road station London Central 24-hour operation.[6]
189 Brent Cross bus station Marble Arch tube station Metroline 24-hour operation.[6]
190 Richmond bus station Empress State Building Metroline
191 Brimsdown railway station Edmonton Green bus station Arriva London
192 Enfield Town Tottenham Hale bus station Arriva London
193[53] County Park Estate Queen's Hospital Stagecoach London
194 Lower Sydenham West Croydon bus station Arriva London
195 Brentford Charville Lane Estate Transport UK London Bus
196 Elephant and Castle Norwood Junction railway station Transport UK London Bus
197[54] Fairfield Halls Peckham London Central
198 Shrublands Thornton Heath Arriva London
199 Surrey Quays Shopping Centre Catford bus garage Stagecoach London Temporarily withdrawn between Surrey Quays Shopping Centre and Canada Water bus station until mid-April 2024 due to Canada Water bus station being closed for improvement works.[55]

200–299

Route Start End Operator Notes
200[56] Mitcham Raynes Park London General
201 Herne Hill railway station Morden tube station Transport UK London Bus
202 Crystal Palace bus station Blackheath Arriva London
203 Staines-upon-Thames Hounslow bus station London United
204 Edgware bus station Sudbury Town tube station Metroline
205 Bow Church Paddington Stagecoach London
206[57] Kilburn Park tube station Wembley Park Metroline
207 Hayes bypass White City bus station Transport UK London Bus
208 Lewisham station Orpington London General
209 Mortlake Castelnau London General Temporarily withdrawn between Castelnau and Hammersmith bus station until further notice due to the closure of Hammersmith Bridge.[58]
210 Brent Cross bus station Finsbury Park bus station Metroline
211 Hammersmith bus station London Waterloo station London United
212 Chingford railway station St. James Street railway station London General
213[59] Fairfield bus station Sutton bus garage London General 24-hour operation.[60][61]
214[9] Highgate Village Finsbury Square London General 24-hour operation.[6]
215[62] Walthamstow bus station Lee Valley Campsite Stagecoach London
216 Kingston upon Thames Staines-upon-Thames London United Temporarily withdrawn between Cromwell Road bus station and Kingston upon Thames until summer 2024 due to Cromwell Road bus station being closed for redevelopment works.[63]
217 Turnpike Lane bus station Waltham Cross Sullivan Buses
218 North Acton Hammersmith bus station London United Introduced on 7 December 2019 with a peak frequency of every 10 minutes.[64][65]
219 Clapham Junction Wimbledon London General
220 Southside Wandsworth Willesden Junction station London United 24-hour operation.[39]
221 Edgware bus station Turnpike Lane bus station Arriva London
222 Uxbridge tube station Hounslow bus station Metroline 24-hour operation.[22]
223[66] Harrow Wembley Central station Metroline
224 St Raphael's Estate Alperton London United
225 Surrey Quays Shopping Centre Hither Green railway station London Central Temporarily withdrawn between Surrey Quays Shopping Centre and Canada Water bus station until mid-April 2024 due to Canada Water bus station being closed for improvement works.[67]
226 Ealing Broadway station Golders Green tube station London Sovereign
227[45] Crystal Palace bus station Bromley North railway station London General
228 Central Middlesex Hospital Maida Hill Metroline
229 Queen Mary's Hospital Thamesmead Arriva London
230 Upper Walthamstow Wood Green tube station London General Transferred from Arriva London to London General on 20 June 2020.[68]
231 Enfield Chase railway station Turnpike Lane bus station Metroline
232 St Raphael's Estate Turnpike Lane bus station London General
233[69] Eltham railway station Swanley London General
234 The Spires Barnet Archway tube station Metroline
235 North Brentford Sunbury Village London United Extended from Brentford to North Brentford on 7 December 2013.[70]
Transferred from Metroline to London United on 8 January 2022.[51]
236 Finsbury Park bus station Hackney Wick Stagecoach London
237 Hounslow Heath White City bus station Metroline
238 Barking station Stratford bus station Stagecoach London 24-hour operation.[22]
240 Edgware bus station Golders Green tube station Metroline
241 Royal Wharf Stratford City bus station Stagecoach London
242 Homerton University Hospital Aldgate bus station Stagecoach London
243 London Waterloo station Wood Green tube station Arriva London 24-hour operation.[6]
244 Abbey Wood Queen Elizabeth Hospital London General
245 Alperton Golders Green tube station Metroline
246 Bromley North railway station Westerham
Chartwell (8 buses on Summer Sundays)[71]
Stagecoach London
247 Barkingside tube station Romford railway station Stagecoach London
248 Cranham Romford Market Arriva London
249 Anerley railway station Clapham Common Arriva London
250 West Croydon bus station Brixton tube station Arriva London
251 Arnos Grove tube station Edgware bus station Metroline
252 Collier Row Hornchurch Stagecoach London
253 Euston bus station Hackney Central railway station Arriva London
254 Aldgate bus station Holloway Arriva London
255 Balham station Pollards Hill Arriva London
256 Hornchurch Noak Hill Stagecoach London
257 Stratford bus station Walthamstow bus station Stagecoach London
258 South Harrow tube station Watford Junction railway station London United
259 Edmonton Green bus station King's Cross Arriva London
260 Golders Green tube station White City bus station Metroline
261 Lewisham station Princess Royal University Hospital Stagecoach London
262 Gallions Reach Shopping Park Stratford bus station Blue Triangle
263 Barnet Hospital Highbury Barn Metroline
264 West Croydon bus station St George's Hospital London General 24-hour operation.[72]
265 Putney Bridge tube station Tolworth London General
266 Brent Cross bus station Acton London United
267 Fulwell Hammersmith bus station Transport UK London Bus
268 O2 Centre Golders Green tube station Metroline
269 Bexleyheath Shopping Centre Bromley North railway station Arriva London
270 Mitcham Putney Bridge tube station Transport UK London Bus
272 Shepherd's Bush Green Chiswick London United
273 Lewisham Petts Wood railway station Stagecoach London
274 Angel Islington Lancaster Gate tube station Metroline
275 Barkingside St. James Street railway station Stagecoach London Crosses border into Essex in Chigwell.[73]
276 Newham University Hospital Stoke Newington Common Stagecoach London Transferred from Docklands Buses to Stagecoach London on 16 September 2023.
277 Cubitt Town Dalston Junction railway station Stagecoach London
278 Heathrow Central bus station Ruislip tube station Transport UK London Bus Introduced on 7 December 2019.[74][65]
279 Manor House tube station Waltham Cross Arriva London
280 St George's Hospital Belmont railway station London General
281 Hounslow bus station Tolworth London United 24-hour operation.[15]
282 Ealing Hospital Mount Vernon Hospital Metroline
283 East Acton Hammersmith bus station London United
284 Lewisham station Grove Park Cemetery Stagecoach London
285[65] Heathrow Central bus station Kingston upon Thames Transport UK London Bus 24-hour operation.[39]
Temporarily withdrawn between Cromwell Road bus station and Kingston upon Thames until summer 2024 due to Cromwell Road bus station being closed for redevelopment works.[75]
286 Cutty Sark Queen Mary's Hospital London Central
287 Barking station Rainham Stagecoach London
288 Broadfields Estate Queensbury London Sovereign
289 Elmers End station Purley railway station Arriva London
290 Staines-upon-Thames Twickenham London United
291 Queen Elizabeth Hospital Woodlands Estate London Central
292 Borehamwood Colindale Metroline
293 Morden tube station Epsom Hospital London United
294 Havering Country Park Noak Hill Stagecoach London
295 Clapham Junction railway station Ladbroke Grove London Transit 24-hour operation.[39]
296 Ilford Romford railway station Stagecoach London
297 Ealing Broadway station Willesden bus garage Metroline 24-hour operation.[39]
298 Arnos Grove tube station Potters Bar railway station Sullivan Buses Withdrawn between Potters Bar and Potters Bar railway station on 13 November 2017.
299 Muswell Hill Cockfosters tube station Sullivan Buses

300–399

Route Start End Operator Notes
300 Canning Town bus station East Ham Docklands Buses
301 Bexleyheath Shopping Centre Beresford Square Arriva London Introduced on 13 July 2019.[76]
302 Mill Hill Broadway railway station Kensal Rise railway station Metroline
303 Kingsbury Edgware bus station London Sovereign
304 Manor Park Custom House station Blue Triangle Introduced on 21 May 2022 in preparation for the Elizabeth line.[77]
306 Acton Vale Sands End Transport UK London Bus Introduced on 7 December 2019 with a peak frequency of every 12 minutes.[64]
307 Barnet Hospital Brimsdown railway station Arriva London
308 Clapton Pond Wanstead Stagecoach London
309 Bethnal Green Canning Town bus station Stagecoach London
312 Norwood Junction railway station Purley Arriva London
313 Chingford railway station Potters Bar railway station Arriva London
314 New Addington tram stop Eltham railway station Stagecoach London
315 Balham station West Norwood Transport UK London Bus Transferred from London General to Abellio London on 17 October 2020.[68]
316 Brent Cross West railway station White City bus station Metroline Extended from Cricklewood bus garage to Brent Cross West railway station on 10 December 2023.[78]
317 Enfield Town Waltham Cross Metroline
318 North Middlesex University Hospital Stamford Hill Arriva London
319 Sloane Square Streatham Hill Arriva London
320 Biggin Hill Valley Catford Bridge railway station London General
321 Foots Cray New Cross London Central 24-hour operation.[21]
322 Crystal Palace bus station Clapham Common Transport UK London Bus
323 Canning Town bus station Mile End tube station Stagecoach London
324 Brent Cross Elstree Metroline
325 East Beckton Prince Regent DLR station Blue Triangle
326 The Spires Barnet Brent Cross bus station London Sovereign
327 Waltham Cross Circular via Elsinge Estate & Turkey Street railway station Sullivan Buses
328 World's End Golders Green tube station Metroline
329 Enfield Town Turnpike Lane bus station Arriva London
330 Thames Barrier Wanstead Park railway station Stagecoach London
331 Uxbridge tube station Ruislip tube station Metroline Runs via Harefield.[79]
Crosses border into Hertfordshire at Batchworth Heath and into Buckinghamshire at Denham railway station.[80]
333 Elephant and Castle Tooting Broadway tube station London General
335 Kidbrooke North Greenwich bus station Arriva London Introduced on 26 October 2019.[81]
336 Catford Bridge railway station Locksbottom Stagecoach London
337 Clapham Junction Richmond bus station London General
339 Leytonstone bus station Shadwell DLR station Stagecoach London
340 Edgware bus station Harrow bus station London Sovereign
341 London Waterloo station Meridian Water railway station Arriva London 24-hour operation.[6]
343 Aldgate bus station New Cross Gate London Central
344[9] Clapham Junction railway station Liverpool Street bus station Transport UK London Bus 24-hour operation.[6]
345 Peckham Natural History Museum Transport UK London Bus 24-hour operation.[6]
346 Upminster Park Estate Harold Hill Stagecoach London
347 Romford railway station Ockendon railway station Arriva London
349 Enfield bus garage Stamford Hill Arriva London
350 Hayes Heathrow Terminal 5 Transport UK London Bus
352 Bromley North railway station Lower Sydenham London General
353 Forestdale Ramsden London General
354 Bromley North railway station Penge London General
355 Mitcham Brixton tube station London Central
356 Shirley Upper Sydenham Stagecoach London
357 Chingford Hatch Whipps Cross
Whipps Cross University Hospital (Sundays only)
London General
358 Crystal Palace bus station Orpington railway station London General
359 Addington Village Interchange Purley London General
360 Elephant and Castle Royal Albert Hall London Central
362 King George Hospital Grange Hill tube station Stagecoach London
363 Crystal Palace bus station Elephant and Castle Transport UK London Bus
364 Dagenham East Ilford Blue Triangle
365 Beam Park Havering Country Park Stagecoach London 24-hour operation.[28]
366 Beckton bus station Redbridge Blue Triangle
367 West Croydon bus station Bromley North railway station Transport UK London Bus
368[53] Barking Chadwell Heath Blue Triangle
370 Romford Lakeside Shopping Centre Arriva London
371 Richmond Kingston upon Thames London United
372 Hornchurch Lakeside Shopping Centre Stagecoach London Partially replaced former route 324 that ran between Hornchurch and Bluewater Shopping Centre.[82]
375 Romford railway station Passingford Bridge Arriva London Partially replaced commercial routes 500 and 575.[83][84][85][86]
376 Beckton bus station Newham Town Hall Docklands Buses
377 Enfield bus garage Oakwood tube station Arriva London
378 Mortlake Putney Bridge London General
379 Chingford railway station Yardley Lane Estate Stagecoach London
380 Lewisham Shopping Centre Belmarsh Prison Stagecoach London
381 County Hall Peckham Transport UK London Bus
382 Southgate tube station Mill Hill East Metroline
383 The Spires Barnet Finchley Memorial Hospital Uno
384 Edgware bus station Cockfosters tube station Metroline
385 Chingford railway station Salisbury Hall Stagecoach London
386 Blackheath Village Woolwich Arsenal station London Central
388 London Bridge bus station Stratford City bus station Stagecoach London
389 The Spires Barnet Circular via High Barnet tube station Sullivan Buses
390 Victoria bus station Archway tube station Metroline 24-hour operation.[6]
393 Chalk Farm Clapton Pond Metroline
394 Islington Homerton University Hospital Stagecoach London
395[87] Greenford Harrow bus station London Sovereign
396 Ilford King George Hospital Blue Triangle
397 Salisbury Hall Debden Stagecoach London
398 Ruislip tube station Wood End London Sovereign
399 The Spires Barnet Circular via Hadley Wood railway station Sullivan Buses

400–499

Route Start End Operator Notes
401 Bexleyheath Shopping Centre Thamesmead Arriva London
403 Warlingham West Croydon bus station London General
404 Caterham on the Hill Coulsdon Transport UK London Bus
405[88][89] Croydon Redhill Arriva London
406 Epsom Kingston upon Thames London United Temporarily withdrawn between Cromwell Road bus station and Kingston upon Thames until summer 2024 due to Cromwell Road bus station being closed for redevelopment works.[90]
407 Sutton Caterham Valley Transport UK London Bus
410 Crystal Palace bus station Wallington Arriva London Frequency reduced from a bus every nine minutes to a bus every ten minutes on 30 June 2018.[91]
411[47] Kingston upon Thames West Molesey London United[92] Temporarily withdrawn between Cromwell Road bus station and Kingston upon Thames until summer 2024 due to Cromwell Road bus station being closed for redevelopment works.[93]
412 Croydon Purley Arriva London
413 Morden tube station Sutton bus garage London General
414 Putney Bridge tube station Marble Arch tube station London Transit
415 Old Kent Road Tulse Hill railway station Transport UK London Bus
417 Crystal Palace bus station Clapham Common Arriva London
418 Kingston upon Thames Epsom London United Temporarily withdrawn between Cromwell Road bus station and Kingston upon Thames until summer 2024 due to Cromwell Road bus station being closed for redevelopment works.[94]
419 Roehampton Richmond bus station London United
422 North Greenwich bus station Bexleyheath Shopping Centre Stagecoach London
423 Heathrow Terminal 5 Hounslow bus station London United
424 Putney Heath Fulham London General
425 Clapton Ilford Stagecoach London
427 Southall Uxbridge Transport UK London Bus
428 Erith Bluewater Shopping Centre Arriva London
430 Victoria and Albert Museum Roehampton London General
432 Anerley railway station Brixton tube station Arriva London
433 Croydon Addington Village Interchange Transport UK London Bus Originally numbered T33 until 24 October 2015.
434[95] Coulsdon Caterham Valley London General
436 Battersea Park railway station Lewisham Shopping Centre London Central
439 Waddon Marsh tram stop Whyteleafe South London General
440 Wembley Turnham Green Church London United
444 Turnpike Lane bus station Chingford railway station London General
450 Lower Sydenham West Croydon bus station London General
452[96] Ladbroke Grove Vauxhall bus station London Transit Extended from Wandsworth Road railway station to Vauxhall bus station on 19 November 2016.[97]
Temporarily withdrawn between Kensal Rise railway station and Ladbroke Grove until further notice due to road layout changes at the bus stand at Kensal Rise railway station by the London Borough of Brent.[98]
453 Marylebone station Deptford Bridge DLR station London Central 24-hour operation.[6]
456 North Middlesex University Hospital Crews Hill London General
460 North Finchley bus station Willesden bus garage Metroline
462 Ilford Hainault Stagecoach London Crosses border into Essex at Grange Hill tube station.[99]
463[68] Pollards Hill Coulsdon South railway station London General
464 Biggin Hill Valley New Addington tram stop Transport UK London Bus Temporarily withdrawn between Tatsfield and Biggin Hill Valley until 16:00 on 29 April 2024 due to Ship Hill being closed between Maesmaur Road and Borough Road for Thames Water works. A temporary route, numbered 464E, is in operation between Tatsfield and Biggin Hill Valley to temporarily replace route 464, currently being operated by Go-Coach.[100]
465 Kingston upon Thames Dorking London United Temporarily withdrawn between Cromwell Road bus station and Kingston upon Thames until summer 2024 due to Cromwell Road bus station being closed for redevelopment works.[101]
466 Caterham on the Hill Addington Village Interchange Arriva London
467 Hook
Hinchley Wood School (schoolday journeys from Epsom)
Epsom
Epsom Hospital (schoolday journeys from Hook)
London United
468 Elephant and Castle South Croydon Arriva London
469 Queen Elizabeth Hospital Erith London Central Extended from Bexleyheath Shopping Centre to Queen Elizabeth Hospital on 24 January 2009.[37]
470 Colliers Wood tube station Sutton railway station London General
472 North Greenwich bus station Abbey Wood railway station Stagecoach London 24-hour operation.[21]
473[25] Stratford bus station North Woolwich Docklands Buses
474 Canning Town Manor Park railway station Stagecoach London 24-hour operation.[28]
476 Northumberland Park railway station London King's Cross railway station London General
481 West Middlesex University Hospital Kingston upon Thames London United Temporarily withdrawn between Cromwell Road bus station and Kingston upon Thames until summer 2024 due to Cromwell Road bus station being closed for redevelopment works.[102]
481D Whitton Kingston upon Thames Transport UK London Bus Schoolday journeys only.
Temporarily withdrawn between Cromwell Road bus station and Kingston upon Thames until summer 2024 due to Cromwell Road bus station being closed for redevelopment works.[103]
482 Southall Town Hall Heathrow Terminal 5 Transport UK London Bus
483 Harrow bus station Windmill Park Metroline
484 Camberwell Green Lewisham station London Central
485 Southside Wandsworth Castelnau London General Temporarily withdrawn between Castelnau and Hammersmith bus station until further notice due to the closure of Hammersmith Bridge.[104]
Route serves the WWT London Wetland Centre in both directions during opening hours.[105]
486 North Greenwich bus station Bexleyheath Shopping Centre London Central 24-hour operation.[106]
487 Willesden Junction station South Harrow tube station Metroline
488 Dalston Junction railway station Bromley-by-Bow Stagecoach London
490 Pools on the Park Heathrow Terminal 5 Transport UK London Bus
491 North Middlesex University Hospital Waltham Cross Metroline
492 Bluewater Shopping Centre Sidcup railway station Arriva London
493 St George's Hospital Richmond bus station London General
496 Queen's Hospital Harold Wood Stagecoach London
498[53] Queen's Hospital Brentwood Stagecoach London Introduced on 26 December 2005.[107]
499 Gallows Corner loop service via Heath Park Estate Stagecoach London

500–599

Route Start End Operator Notes
533[12][108] Hammersmith bus station loop service via Castelnau London General A temporary route replacing routes 33, 72, 209 and 485 until further notice due to the closure of Hammersmith Bridge.[109]
549 Loughton tube station South Woodford tube station Sullivan Buses[110] Taken over by TfL on 30 August 2003. Frequency reduced from a bus every 67 minutes to a bus every 90 minutes on 12 March 2022.[111]
To be withdrawn on 7 September 2024, being replaced by an extension to route W14.[112]

600–699

Route numbers from 600 to 699 are used for school services, with the majority of them running one return journey on each weekday during peak times and during school term time.[113]

Route Start End Schools Operator Notes
601[48] Thamesmead Wilmington Academy Wilmington Academy London Central
602 Thamesmead Townley Grammar School Townley Grammar School Stagecoach London
603[114] Swiss Cottage tube station Muswell Hill N/A Metroline
605 Burnt Oak tube station Totteridge & Whetstone tube station Mill Hill County High School Sullivan Buses
606 Queensbury tube station The Totteridge Academy The Totteridge Academy
Queen Elizabeth's School, Barnet
Sullivan Buses
608[115] Gallows Corner Shenfield High School Shenfield High School Blue Triangle
612 Selsdon Wallington County Grammar School Wallington County Grammar School
Riddlesdown Collegiate
The John Fisher School
Wallington High School for Girls
Arriva London
613 Tolworth railway station Glenthorne High School Glenthorne High School London United
616 Winchmore Hill Edmonton Green bus station The Latymer School Stagecoach London
617[29] Turnpike Lane bus station Turkey Street railway station St Ignatius College Sullivan Buses
621 Lewisham station Stationers' Crown Woods Academy Stationers' Crown Woods Academy Stagecoach London
624 Grove Park railway station Stationers' Crown Woods Academy
Welling (1 bus eastbound only)
Stationers' Crown Woods Academy London Central
625 Plumstead Common Chislehurst N/A London Central
626 Finchley Central tube station Dame Alice Owen's School Dame Alice Owen's School Metroline
627 Wallington High School for Girls Worcester Park railway station Wallington High School for Girls Arriva London
628 JFS Southgate tube station JFS Uno Runs one way to Southgate tube station only.
629[29] Turkey Street railway station Wood Green bus garage St Ignatius College Sullivan Buses
631[116] Golders Green tube station Henrietta Barnett School Henrietta Barnett School Metroline
632 Grahame Park Kilburn Park tube station N/A Metroline
633 Pollards Hill Coulsdon South railway station Woodcote High School London General Transferred from Quality Line to London General on 3 April 2021.[68]
Extended from Wallington to Pollards Hill on 4 January 2022.[117]
634 Muswell Hill Chipping Barnet Queen Elizabeth's School, Barnet Metroline
635 St Paul's College Hounslow bus station St Paul's College Metroline
638 Coney Hall Kemnal Technology College Chislehurst School for Girls
Kemnal Technology College
Coopers School
Eltham College
Stagecoach London
639 Roehampton St John Bosco College St John Bosco College London United Transferred from London General to London United on 5 June 2021.[68]
640 South Harrow tube station Bentley Wood High School Whitmore High School
Salvatorian College
Sacred Heart Language College
Bentley Wood High School
Sullivan Buses
642[29] West Hendon London Academy London Academy Metroline
643 Brent Cross bus station Christ's College Finchley Christ's College Finchley Uno
645 Purley Cross Waddon N/A Arriva London Introduced on 4 January 2022 to replace route 405D.[117]
646 Noak Hill Cranham N/A Blue Triangle
649 Romford bus garage The Campion School The Campion School Blue Triangle
650 Romford bus garage Emerson Park Academy Emerson Park Academy Blue Triangle
651 Romford railway station Chase Cross Bower Park Academy Blue Triangle
652 Rainham Upminster station Sanders Draper School
Havering Sixth Form College
The Brittons Academy
Harris Academy Rainham
Blue Triangle
653 JFS Muswell Hill JFS Uno
654 Addington Village Interchange Ramsden Harris Academy Orpington
Ravens Wood School
London General
655 Mitcham Raynes Park High School Raynes Park High School London United
656 Gallows Corner Emerson Park Academy Emerson Park Academy Blue Triangle
657 Salisbury Hall Bancroft's School Trinity Catholic High School
Bancroft's School
London General
658 Woolwich Arsenal station Stationers' Crown Woods Academy Stationers' Crown Woods Academy London Central
660 Stationers' Crown Woods Academy Catford bus garage Stationers' Crown Woods Academy Stagecoach London
661 Chislehurst Petts Wood railway station Eltham College
Coopers School
Stagecoach London
662 Surbiton railway station Holy Cross School Holy Cross School London United
663[54] Thornton Heath railway station Harris Academy Purley Harris Academy Purley[118] London General
664 New Addington Charles Darwin School Charles Darwin School
Ravens Wood School
London General
665 Surbiton Holy Cross School Holy Cross School London United
667 Ilford West Hatch High School West Hatch High School Stagecoach London
669 Thamesmead Cleeve Park School Cleeve Park School Stagecoach London
670[119] Roehampton St John Bosco College St John Bosco College London United Transferred from London General to London United on 5 June 2021.[68]
671 Chessington South railway station Tiffin Girls' School Tiffin Girls' School Transport UK London Bus
672 Thamesmead Beresford Square Hawksmoor Primary School Stagecoach London
673 The Warren School Beckton bus station The Warren School Stagecoach London Runs one way to Beckton bus station only.
674 Romford railway station Harold Hill Royal Liberty School Stagecoach London
675 St. James Street railway station Woodbridge High School Woodbridge High School Arriva London
677 Ilford Debden Davenant Foundation School Blue Triangle[7]
678[29] Beckton bus station Stratford bus station St Angela's Ursuline School
St Bonaventure's
Forest Gate Community School
Stratford School
Stagecoach London
679 Goodmayes Woodford Wells Woodford County High School For Girls
Trinity Catholic High School
Bancroft's School
Blue Triangle
681 Hounslow bus station Teddington School Teddington School London United
683 Friern Barnet JFS JFS Uno
684 Orpington railway station Charles Darwin School Charles Darwin School Stagecoach London
685 Warlingham School Selsdon Warlingham School
Riddlesdown Collegiate
Arriva London Runs one way to Selsdon only.
686 Romford railway station St Edward's Church of England Academy St Edward's Church of England Academy Blue Triangle Afternoon journeys from St Edward's Church of England Academy terminate at Harold Hill.
687[68] Dagenham Park Church of England School Barking station Dagenham Park Church of England School Blue Triangle
688 Southgate tube station JFS JFS Uno
689 West Croydon bus station Monks Orchard Orchard Park High School Arriva London
690 Burntwood School Norwood bus garage Burntwood School London General
696 Hayes Bishop Ramsey School Bishop Ramsey School London United
697 The Douay Martyrs School Hayes End The Douay Martyrs School London United Morning journeys from Hayes End terminate at Ickenham tube station.
698 The Douay Martyrs School West Drayton The Douay Martyrs School London United Morning journeys from West Drayton terminate at Ickenham tube station.
699[115] Winchmore Hill Dame Alice Owen's School Dame Alice Owen's School Uno

900–999

Route numbers from 900 to 999 represent mobility buses; these mostly provide a once-a-week return journey to a local shopping centre from relatively low-density neighbourhoods where there is no alternative route in the main bus network. The number of mobility buses routes has declined over the past few years because low-floor and wheelchair-accessible buses run on all London Buses routes.

Route Start End Operator Notes
969 Whitton Roehampton Vale Transport UK London Bus Operates one return journey on Tuesdays and Fridays only.[120][121]

Letter prefixes

Route Start End Operator Letter code Notes
A10[122] Uxbridge tube station Heathrow Central bus station Metroline Heathrow Airport
B11 Bexleyheath bus garage South Thamesmead London Central Bexleyheath
B12 Erith Joyden's Wood London Central Bexleyheath Extended from Bexleyheath Shopping Centre to Joyden's Wood on 24 January 2009.[37]
Runs in a loop in Joyden's Wood via Dartford Road, Old Bexley Lane, Oakfield Lane, Leyton Cross Road, Birchwood Road, Summerhouse Drive, Tile Kiln Lane and Baldwyn's Park, exiting the loop at the junction with Baldwyn's Park and Dartford Road. Runs the loop in reverse after 12:00.[123]
B13 Bexleyheath Shopping Centre New Eltham railway station London Central Bexleyheath
B14 Bexleyheath Shopping Centre Orpington railway station Stagecoach London Bexleyheath
B15 Bexleyheath Shopping Centre Horn Park Arriva London Bexleyheath
B16 Bexleyheath bus garage Kidbrooke London Central Bexleyheath
C1 London Victoria station White City bus station London United Central London
C3 Clapham Junction railway station Earl's Court Transport UK London Bus Chelsea
C10 London Victoria station Surrey Quays Transport UK London Bus Central London Temporarily withdrawn between Surrey Quays and Canada Water bus station until mid-April 2024 due to Canada Water bus station being closed for improvement works.[124]
C11 Archway tube station Brent Cross bus station Metroline Cricklewood
D3 Bethnal Green Leamouth Blue Triangle London Docklands
D6 Ash Grove bus garage Cubitt Town Stagecoach London London Docklands
D7 Mile End tube station All Saints Church Stagecoach London London Docklands
D8 Cubitt Town Stratford bus station Stagecoach London London Docklands
E1 Ealing Broadway station Greenford Broadway London United Ealing
E2 Brentford Greenford Broadway Metroline Ealing
E3 Chiswick Greenford Broadway London United Acton
E5 Perivale Southall Transport UK London Bus Dormers Wells
E6 Bulls Bridge Greenford Broadway Metroline Yeading Temporarily withdrawn between Greenford station and Greenford Broadway until 20:00 on 28 April 2024 due to gas works on Oldfield Lane North.[125]
E7 Ealing Broadway station Ruislip tube station Transport UK London Bus Ealing Runs via Wood Lane in Ruislip during shopping hours.[126]
E8 Ealing Broadway station Hounslow Metroline Ealing
E9 Ealing Broadway station Yeading Metroline Ealing
E10 Ealing Broadway station Northolt Transport UK London Bus Ealing
E11 Ealing Common Greenford Broadway Transport UK London Bus Ealing
G1 Shaftesbury Park Estate Norbury London General St George's Hospital
H2[108] Golders Green tube station Circular via Hampstead Garden Suburb Metroline Hampstead Garden Suburb
H3[116] East Finchley Golders Green tube station Metroline Hampstead Garden Suburb
H9[108] Northwick Park Hospital (circular) anticlockwise via Kenton station London Sovereign Harrow
H10[108] Northwick Park Hospital (circular) clockwise via South Harrow tube station London Sovereign Harrow
H11 Harrow bus station Mount Vernon Hospital London Sovereign Harrow
H12 South Harrow tube station Stanmore tube station London Sovereign Hatch End
H13 Northwood Hills Ruislip Lido Metroline Ruislip
H14 Northwick Park Hospital Hatch End London Sovereign Harrow
H17 Harrow bus station Wembley Central station Metroline Harrow
H18[108] Harrow bus station (circular) clockwise via North Harrow London Sovereign Harrow
H19[108] Harrow bus station (circular) anticlockwise via Kenton station London Sovereign Harrow Route terminates at St George's Shopping Centre instead of Harrow bus station.[127]
H20 Hounslow Ivybridge Transport UK London Bus Hounslow
H22 Hounslow West Middlesex University Hospital London United Hounslow
H25 Hanworth Hatton Cross tube station Transport UK London Bus Hatton
H26 Feltham Hatton Cross tube station Transport UK London Bus Hatton
H28[128] Bulls Bridge Osterley Transport UK London Bus Hounslow
H32 Southall Town Hall Hounslow bus station Transport UK London Bus Hounslow
H37 Richmond Hounslow London United Hounslow [15]
H91 Hammersmith bus station Hounslow West tube station Metroline Hounslow
H98 Hayes End Hounslow bus station London United Hounslow
K1[129] Kingston upon Thames New Malden railway station London United Kingston upon Thames Temporarily withdrawn between Cromwell Road bus station and Kingston upon Thames until summer 2024 due to Cromwell Road bus station being closed for redevelopment works.[130]
K2[131] Kingston Hospital Hook London United Kingston upon Thames
K3[131] Roehampton Vale Esher London United Kingston upon Thames
K4 Mansfield Park Estate Kingston Hospital London United Kingston upon Thames
K5 Morden tube station Ham London United Kingston upon Thames
P4 Lewisham station Brixton tube station Stagecoach London Dulwich
P5 Elephant and Castle Patmore Estate Transport UK London Bus Clapham
P12 Surrey Quays Shopping Centre Brockley Rise London Central Peckham
P13 New Cross Streatham railway station Transport UK London Bus Peckham
R1 Green Street Green St Paul's Cray London General Orpington
R2 Orpington Biggin Hill Valley London General Orpington
R3 Princess Royal University Hospital Orpington railway station London General Orpington
R4 Princess Royal University Hospital Paul's Cray Hill London General Orpington
R5[24][108] Orpington railway station (circular) clockwise via Knockholt London General Orpington
R6 Orpington railway station St Mary Cray railway station London General Orpington
R7 Chelsfield Village Chislehurst London General[132] Orpington
R8 Orpington railway station Biggin Hill London General Orpington
R9 Orpington railway station Ramsden London General Orpington
R10[24][108] Orpington railway station (circular) anticlockwise via Cudham London General Orpington
R11 Green Street Green Queen Mary's Hospital London General Orpington
R68 Hampton Court railway station Kew Transport UK London Bus Richmond
R70 Richmond Hampton Transport UK London Bus Richmond
S1 Lavender Fields Banstead London General Sutton
S2 St Helier railway station Epsom London General Sutton
S3 Belmont railway station Malden Manor railway station Transport UK London Bus Sutton
S4 Sutton Waddon Marsh tram stop Transport UK London Bus Sutton
U1 Ruislip tube station West Drayton railway station Metroline Uxbridge
U2 Uxbridge tube station Brunel University Metroline Uxbridge Runs via Hillingdon tube station.[133]
Runs via Leybourne Road in North Hillingdon during Monday-Saturday shopping hours.[134]
U3 Uxbridge tube station Heathrow Central bus station Metroline Uxbridge
U4 Uxbridge tube station Hayes Metroline Uxbridge
U5 Uxbridge Hayes Transport UK London Bus Uxbridge
U7 Uxbridge tube station Hayes Transport UK London Bus Uxbridge
U9 Uxbridge tube station Harefield Hospital Transport UK London Bus Uxbridge
U10[135] Uxbridge tube station Ruislip Metroline Uxbridge
W3 Finsbury Park bus station Northumberland Park railway station Arriva London Wood Green
W4 Oakthorpe Park Tottenham Hale Arriva London West Green
W5 Archway tube station Harringay Stagecoach London Crouch End
W6 Southgate tube station Edmonton Green bus station Arriva London Palmers Green
W7[136] Finsbury Park bus station Muswell Hill Metroline Crouch End
W8 Lee Valley Leisure Complex Chase Farm Hospital Metroline Enfield Town
W9 Southgate tube station Chase Farm Hospital Sullivan Buses Enfield Town
W11 Walthamstow bus station Chingford Hall Estate Stagecoach London Walthamstow
W12 Walthamstow Wanstead Stagecoach London Walthamstow
W13 Leytonstone bus station Woodford Wells Stagecoach London Woodford
W14 Leyton Mills Woodford Bridge Stagecoach London Woodford
W15 Hackney Town Hall Higham Hill London General Walthamstow
W16 Leytonstone bus station Chingford Mount Stagecoach London Highams Park
W19 Walthamstow Ilford Stagecoach London Walthamstow

East London Transit routes (EL-prefixed)

Main article: East London Transit

Route Start End Operator Notes
EL1 Barking Riverside Ilford Blue Triangle 24-hour operation.[28]
Originally numbered 369 until 20 February 2010.
EL2 Becontree Heath Dagenham Dock Blue Triangle
EL3 Barking Riverside Little Heath Blue Triangle Originally numbered 387 until 18 February 2017.[137]

Superloop routes (SL-prefixed)

Main article: London Superloop

Route Start End Operator Notes
SL1 North Finchley bus station Walthamstow bus station Arriva London
SL2 Walthamstow bus station North Woolwich Arriva London
SL3 Thamesmead Bromley North railway station Stagecoach London
SL5 Bromley North railway station Croydon Arriva London
SL6 Russell Square West Croydon bus station London Central Runs non-stop between Waterloo and West Norwood.
Runs only on weekdays during peak hours only.
Runs towards Russell Square in the morning peak, and runs towards West Croydon bus station in the evening peak.
SL7 West Croydon bus station Heathrow Central bus station London General
SL8 Uxbridge tube station White City bus station Metroline
SL9 Heathrow Central bus station Harrow bus station London Sovereign
SL10 Harrow bus station North Finchley bus station London Sovereign

Night only routes (N-prefixed)

Main article: Night buses in London

Night Bus routes are often related to the day numerical equivalent, normally running the same route but with an extension at either end of the service. This is normally to provide a night service to destinations served by tube or train during the day.[138]

However, there are a few N-prefixed route numbers that have no relation to their daytime equivalents: the N5, N20, and N97 all operate in a different part of London to their respective day routes. Also, the N550 and N551 (which provide night service on parts of the DLR network), and the N271 (whose daytime service was withdrawn on 4 February 2023) have no corresponding daytime routes.[138]

There are also 24-hour routes, which run day and night but usually with a lower frequency during the night hours. The vast majority run the same route at all times. With the introduction of the Night Tube, some day routes have been extended to run during Friday and Saturday nights to serve the stations.

Route Start End Operator
N1 Thamesmead Tottenham Court Road station London Central
N2 Crystal Palace bus station Marylebone station Arriva London
N3 Bromley North railway station Oxford Circus Transport UK London Bus
N5 Edgware bus station Trafalgar Square London Sovereign
N7 Northolt tube station Oxford Circus Metroline
N8 Hainault Oxford Circus Stagecoach London
N9 Heathrow Terminal 5 Aldwych Metroline
N11 Ealing Broadway station Whitehall London General
N15 Romford Market Oxford Circus Blue Triangle
London Central
N18 Harrow Weald bus garage Trafalgar Square London United
N19 Clapham Junction railway station Finsbury Park bus station Arriva London
N20 Barnet Hospital Trafalgar Square Metroline
N21 Bexleyheath Shopping Centre Trafalgar Square London Central
N22 Fulwell Oxford Circus London General
N25 Ilford Oxford Circus Stagecoach London
N26 Chingford railway station London Victoria station Stagecoach London
N27 Hammersmith bus station Chalk Farm Transport UK London Bus
N28 Camden Town Southside Wandsworth London Transit
N29 Enfield Town Trafalgar Square Arriva London
N31 Camden Town Clapham Junction railway station Metroline
N32 Edgware bus station London Victoria station Metroline
N33[12] Fulwell railway station Hammersmith bus station London United
N38 Walthamstow bus station Victoria bus station Arriva London
N41 Tottenham Hale bus station Trafalgar Square Arriva London
N44 Sutton railway station Aldwych London General
N53 Plumstead railway station Whitehall Stagecoach London
N55 Woodford Wells Oxford Circus Stagecoach London
N63 Crystal Palace bus station London King's Cross railway station Transport UK London Bus
N65 Chessington World of Adventures Ealing Broadway station London United
N68 Old Coulsdon Tottenham Court Road station Transport UK London Bus
N72[12] East Acton Roehampton London United
N73 Walthamstow bus station Oxford Circus Arriva London
N74 Roehampton Baker Street tube station London General
N83 Ealing Hospital Golders Green tube station Metroline
N86 Harold Hill Stratford bus station Stagecoach London
N87 Fairfield bus station Aldwych London General
N89 Erith Trafalgar Square London Central
N91 Cockfosters tube station Trafalgar Square London General
N97 Hammersmith bus station Trafalgar Square London General
N98 Stanmore tube station Red Lion Square Metroline
N109 Croydon Oxford Circus Transport UK London Bus
N113 Edgware bus station Trafalgar Square Metroline
N133 Morden tube station Liverpool Street bus station Transport UK London Bus
N136 Chislehurst Oxford Circus London Central
N137 Crystal Palace bus station Oxford Circus Arriva London
N140 Harrow Weald bus garage Heathrow Central bus station Metroline
N155 Morden tube station Aldwych London General
N171 Hither Green railway station Tottenham Court Road station London Central
N199 St Mary Cray railway station Trafalgar Square Stagecoach London
N205 Leyton Paddington Stagecoach London
N207 Uxbridge tube station Bloomsbury Square Transport UK London Bus
N242 Homerton University Hospital Tottenham Court Road station Stagecoach London
N250 Brixton Fairfield Halls Arriva London
N253 Aldgate bus station Tottenham Court Road station Arriva London
N266 Brent Cross bus station Hammersmith bus station London United
N271 Finsbury Square Tally Ho Corner Metroline
N277 Cubitt Town Islington Stagecoach London
N279 Waltham Cross Trafalgar Square Arriva London
N343 New Cross Gate Trafalgar Square London Central
N381 Peckham Whitehall Transport UK London Bus
N550 Canning Town bus station Trafalgar Square Stagecoach London
N551 Gallions Reach Shopping Park Trafalgar Square Stagecoach London

Non-TfL bus routes in Greater London

These bus routes are not contracted to TfL and are therefore not 'London Buses', all but three run from villages and towns outside Greater London to destinations within. They are painted in a colour chosen by the operator, so are not necessarily red like London Buses, and most of them do not accept Oyster cards. These routes are operated with a London Service Permit issued by TfL so they are recognised by TfL bus maps and appear on TfL bus stops.[139]

Route Start End Operator Source Notes
3 Locksbottom Sevenoaks Go-Coach [140]
3 Slough Uxbridge tube station First Beeline [141]
5 Cippenham Heathrow Terminal 5 Thames Valley Buses [142]
7 Britwell Heathrow Terminal 5 First Beeline [141] Limited early morning trips extend to and from to Heathrow Central bus station.[141]
8 Slough Heathrow Terminal 5 First Beeline [141]
12 Slough Heathrow Terminal 5 Thames Valley Buses [143] Runs to Heathrow Terminal 5 on Sundays and bank holidays only. Monday-Saturday journeys terminate at Burnham and are operated by First Beeline.
84B Barnet Hospital Potters Bar railway station Central Connect [144]
101 High Wycombe Uxbridge Carousel Buses [145]
102 High Wycombe Heathrow Central bus station Carousel Buses [146]
104 High Wycombe Uxbridge Carousel Buses [147]
269 Brentwood Grays NIBS Buses [148] Crosses border into Greater London in North Ockendon.[148]
328 Mount Vernon Hospital Abbots Langley Arriva Herts & Essex [149]
355 Carterhatch Nicholas Breakspear School Sullivan Buses [150]
356 Bush Hill Park Nicholas Breakspear School Sullivan Buses [151]
409 East Grinstead Selsdon Metrobus [152]
411 Reigate Selsdon Metrobus [153] Limited service of one journey per day to Selsdon, all other journeys terminate at Warlingham or Chelsham.
420 Sutton bus garage Whitebushes Metrobus [154] Limited Monday-Saturday services extend to and from Gatwick Airport South Terminal.
Sunday services extend to and from Crawley.
429 West Kingsdown Dartford Go-Coach [155] Crosses border into Greater London in Coldblow.[155]
442 Heathrow Terminal 5 Staines-upon-Thames Carlone Limited [156] Limited early morning and late evening buses extend to and from Englefield Green.
Special journeys extend to and from Heathrow Central bus station.
446 Hatton Cross tube station Woking railway station White Bus Services [157]
458 Kingston upon Thames Staines-upon-Thames White Bus Services [158] Temporarily withdrawn between Cromwell Road bus station and Kingston upon Thames until summer 2024 due to Cromwell Road bus station being closed for redevelopment works.[159]
461 Kingston upon Thames St Peter's Hospital Falcon Buses [160] Temporarily withdrawn between Cromwell Road bus station and Kingston upon Thames until summer 2024 due to Cromwell Road bus station being closed for redevelopment works.[159]
477 Orpington railway station Dartford Arriva Kent Thameside [161] Formerly ran to Bluewater Shopping Centre until 17 April 2022.
The Sunday service was also discontinued at that time.[162]
513 Kingston upon Thames Downside Reptons Coaches [163] Temporarily withdrawn between Cromwell Road bus station and Kingston upon Thames until summer 2024 due to Cromwell Road bus station being closed for redevelopment works.[159]
514 Kingston upon Thames Weybridge Falcon Buses [164] Temporarily withdrawn between Cromwell Road bus station and Kingston upon Thames until summer 2024 due to Cromwell Road bus station being closed for redevelopment works.[159]
515 Kingston upon Thames Weybridge Falcon Buses [165] Temporarily withdrawn between Cromwell Road bus station and Kingston upon Thames until summer 2024 due to Cromwell Road bus station being closed for redevelopment works.[159]
555 Heathrow Central bus station Whiteley Village Diamond South East [166]
556 Heathrow Terminal 4 Chertsey Diamond South East [167] Limited early morning and late evening trips extend to and from Heathrow Central bus station.[167]
581 Uxbridge Higher Denham Carousel Buses [168]
583 Uxbridge Hedgerley Carousel Buses [169]
610 Cockfosters tube station Luton railway station Uno [170]
614 Queensbury tube station Hatfield railway station Uno [171]
644 Queensbury tube station Hatfield railway station Uno [172]
668 North Cheam St Andrew's Catholic School London General [173]
695 Oxted School Westerham Metrobus [174] Crosses border into Greater London in Biggin Hill.[174]
702 Legoland Windsor Resort Green Line Coach Station Reading Buses [175]
703 Bracknell bus station Heathrow Terminal 5 Reading Buses [176]
715 Kingston upon Thames Guildford Falcon Buses [177] Temporarily withdrawn between Cromwell Road bus station and Kingston upon Thames until summer 2024 due to Cromwell Road bus station being closed for redevelopment works.[159]
724 Harlow Heathrow Central bus station Arriva Herts & Essex [178]
820 Sutton bus garage Redhill Metrobus [179]
847 Stratford City bus station Here East Blue Triangle [180] Runs the Here East shuttle.
866 Coulsdon The Beacon School Metrobus [181]
A4 Cippenham Heathrow Central bus station First Beeline [141]
E16 Epsom Circular via Worcester Park railway station Falcon Buses [182]
R1 Maple Cross Mount Vernon Hospital Red Eagle [183]
R2 Chorleywood Mount Vernon Hospital Red Eagle [183] Runs to Watford on Tuesdays and Fridays only.
R17 Carpenders Park railway station Harrow Arts Centre Red Eagle [184] Only runs on Wednesdays.
S3 Orpington Sevenoaks Go-Coach [185]
S32 Kemnal Technology College Trinity School Go-Coach [186]
X442 Heathrow Terminal 5 Staines-upon-Thames Carlone Limited [156] Limited stop version of route 442, but avoids Ashford Hospital and sections in Stanwell and Stanwell Moor.
Z2 Canning Town bus station Tilbury First Essex [187] Only to be used by Amazon Tilbury staff.

Former routes

Route Start End Withdrawal date Notes
9H[188] Kensington High Street Trafalgar Square 25 July 2014[189] Heritage route that used AEC Routemaster buses.
10[190] Hammersmith bus station London King's Cross railway station 24 November 2018[191] Partly replaced by route 23.
15H Tower Hill tube station Trafalgar Square 14 November 2020[192] Heritage route that used AEC Routemaster buses.
48[193] London Bridge bus station Walthamstow bus station 12 October 2019[194] Replaced by routes 26, 55 and 388.
77A Aldwych Wandsworth 3 June 2006 Renumbered 87.[195]
82[196] North Finchley bus station Victoria bus station 1 April 2017[197] Replaced by route 13.
87 Barking Romford Market 25 March 2006 Replaced by an extension of route 5.
129 Claybury Broadway Becontree Heath 26 June 2004 Replaced by revised versions of routes 128 and 150.
143D Christ's College Finchley Archway tube station 4 February 2023 Ran schoolday journeys only.
168 Hampstead Heath Old Kent Road 30 September 2023 Replaced by route 1.[198]
239 London Victoria station Clapham Junction 15 February 2008 Replaced by route 170.
271 Finsbury Square Highgate Village 4 February 2023 Replaced by routes 21, 263 and N271.
305 Edgware bus station Kingsbury 1 September 2018 Replaced by route 303.
332 Brent Park London Paddington station 29 April 2023 Replaced by route 16.[199]
369 Ilford Thames View Estate 20 February 2010 Replaced by new routes EL1 and EL2.
387 Little Heath Barking Riverside 18 February 2017 Renumbered EL3.
391[132] Richmond Hammersmith bus station 12 December 2020 Replaced by route 110.
405D Purley West Croydon bus station 4 January 2022 Replaced by route 645.
455 Purley Wallington railway station 2 March 2024 Replaced by routes 166, 312 and S4.[200]
497 Harold Wood railway station Harold Hill 9 March 2024 Replaced by an extension of route 346.[201]
507 London Waterloo station Victoria bus station 29 April 2023 Replaced by routes 3, 11 and C10.[202]
521 London Bridge bus station London Waterloo station 29 April 2023 Replaced by routes 59 and 133.[203]
530 Holloway Angel tube station 29 October 2017 A temporary route introduced on 16 August 2017 and operated by London General. Created due to works on Upper Street.
Ran one way to Angel tube station only.
541 Prince Regent DLR station Keir Hardie Estate 1 June 2012
31 March 2013
30 October 2015
19 February 2016
A temporary route introduced on 3 May 2011, 1 October 2012, 14 September 2013 and 15 February 2016 and operated by Stagecoach London (3 May 2011 until 1 June 2012 and 1 October 2012 until 31 March 2013), Docklands Buses (14 September 2013 until 30 October 2015) and Blue Triangle (15 February 2016 until 19 February 2016). Created multiple times due to a temporary withdrawal of route 241 between Canning Town bus station and Prince Regent DLR station.
558 Seven Sisters station Chingford Mount 28 August 2015 A temporary route introduced on 10 August 2015 and operated by Metroline. Created due to a closure of the Victoria line between Seven Sisters and Walthamstow Central stations.[204]
588 Hackney Wick Stratford City bus station 14 December 2013 A temporary route introduced on 13 July 2013 and operated by Stagecoach London. Was the first bus route to operate through the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.[205]
607 Uxbridge tube station White City bus station 15 July 2023 Renumbered SL8.[206]
609 The Harrodian School Hammersmith bus station 18 May 2019[207]
611 Stonebridge Park station Christ's College Finchley 18 July 2020 Partly replaced by route 112.
618 Mill Hill Broadway railway station Avanti House Secondary School 3 April 2018
619 Edgware bus station Avanti House Secondary School 3 April 2018
636 Kemnal Technology College Grove Park 2 September 2017 Ran one way to Grove Park only.
637 Kemnal Technology College Grove Park 2 September 2017 Ran one way to Grove Park only.
641 West Molesey Teddington School 30 September 2017
648[208] Romford railway station Cranham 24 July 2021 Partially replaced by route 646 and fully replaced by route 248.[209]
689 Norwood bus garage Burntwood School 30 July 2011 Replaced by route 690.
692 Dame Alice Owen's School Southgate tube station 2 September 2023 Ran one way to Southgate tube station only.
718 (2019-21) Morden tube station Rosehill 5 December 2021 A temporary route introduced on 30 November 2019 and operated by London General. Created due to a closure of Bishopsford Road Bridge.[210]
718 (2022-24) Harrow & Wealdstone station Queen's Park station 23 December 2022
25 August 2023
30 October 2023
27 December 2023
17 February 2024
A temporary route introduced on 17 December 2022, 23 July 2023, 28 October 2023, 26 December 2023 and 17 February 2024 and operated by Abellio London (17 December 2022 until 23 December 2022, 23 July 2023 until 17 August 2023 and 29 October 2023 until 30 October 2023), Metroline (28 October 2023 until 29 October 2023 and on 17 February 2024 alongside Sullivan Buses) and Sullivan Buses (26 December 2023 until 27 December 2023 and on 17 February 2024 alongside Metroline). Created multiple times due to engineering works on the Watford DC line.[211]
719 Wembley Park tube station Queen's Park station 22 December 2022
28 July 2023
17 August 2023
A temporary route introduced on 17 December 2022, 24 July 2023 and 14 August 2023 and operated by Metroline. Created multiple times due to engineering works on the Watford DC line.[212]
720 Harrow bus station Watford Junction railway station 23 December 2022
25 August 2023
30 October 2023
11 December 2023
18 February 2024
A temporary route introduced on 17 December 2022, 23 July 2023, 28 October 2023, 10 December 2023 and 17 February 2024 and operated by Sullivan Buses. Created multiple times due to engineering works on the Watford DC line.[213]
728 Fulham Town Hall Southside Wandsworth 2 October 2023 A temporary route introduced on 24 July 2023 and operated by Abellio London. Created due to a closure of Wandsworth Bridge.[214]
733 Oval tube station Finsbury Square 13 May 2022 A temporary route introduced on 15 January 2022 and operated by Tower Transit. Created due to a closure of the Northern line between Moorgate and Oval stations.[215]
931[216] Crystal Palace Lewisham Shopping Centre 19 May 2017 Operated one return journey on Fridays. Replaced by local routes in the area and the Dial-a-Ride service.[217]
953 Scrattons Eco Park Romford 7 November 2012 Operated two return journeys on Wednesdays. Replaced by local routes in the area and the Dial-a-Ride service.[218]
965 Riverhill Kingston upon Thames 12 October 2018 Operated one return journey on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays only.
Replaced by the Dial-a-Ride service.
Crossed border into Surrey on Worcester Park Road.[219]
C2[220][137] Parliament Hill Fields Regent Street 30 March 2019[221] Replaced by route 88.
H50 West Drayton railway station Circular via Stockley Park 21 March 2008 Extended to Heathrow Terminal 5 and renumbered 350.
PR1 Willesden Junction station Ealing Broadway station 23 March 2007 Replaced by routes 226 and PR2.
PR2 Willesden Junction station Wembley Park 14 October 2011 Replaced by route 206.
RV1[222] Covent Garden Tower Gateway DLR station 15 June 2019[223] Partly replaced by route 343.
S2 Stratford bus station Clapton 5 July 2008 Replaced by routes 425 and 488.
S5 Wallington Mitcham Common 1 March 2002 Replaced by a revised version of route 463.
T31 New Addington Forestdale 24 October 2015[46] Replaced by changes to routes 64, 130 and 353.
T32 New Addington tram stop Addington Village Interchange Replaced by changes to routes 64 and 130.
T33 West Croydon bus station Addington Village Interchange Renumbered 433.
W10 Crews Hill Enfield Town 13 March 2021 Replaced by route 456.
N10 Richmond London King's Cross railway station 29 January 2010 Replaced by routes 10 and 33.
N13 North Finchley bus station Aldwych 1 April 2017 Replaced by a 24-hour service on route 13.
N16 Edgware bus station London Victoria station 29 April 2023 Renumbered N32.[224]
N35 Clapham Junction railway station Tottenham Court Road station 30 April 2016 Replaced by a 24-hour service on route 35.
N36 Queen's Park station Grove Park railway station 9 February 2008 Replaced by a new 24-hour service on route 36 and a new route N136 between Oxford Circus and Grove Park railway station.
N47 Trafalgar Square St Mary Cray railway station 12 September 2015 Replaced by new route N199 and a 24-hour service on route 47.
N64 New Addington Thornton Heath Pond 24 October 2015 Replaced by a 24-hour service on route 64.
N76 Northumberland Park railway station Lower Marsh 8 November 2014 Withdrawn between Tottenham and Northumberland Park railway station and renumbered 76.
N93 Putney Bridge tube station North Cheam 3 April 2004 Incorporated into the main service of route 93.
N159 Marble Arch tube station New Addington 27 August 2010 Replaced by routes 159, N64 and N109.
X26 West Croydon bus station Heathrow Central bus station 19 August 2023 Renumbered SL7.[225]
X68 Russell Square West Croydon bus station 31 July 2023 Renumbered SL6.[226]
X140 Heathrow Central bus station Harrow bus station 26 August 2023 Renumbered SL9.[227]

Future routes

Route Start End Notes
618 Ivybridge Osterley To be introduced on 31 August 2024.[228]
N518 Ruislip tube station Trafalgar Square Proposed to be introduced in 2024 subject to consultation.[229]
SL4 Westferry Circus Grove Park railway station To be introduced in March 2025 when the Silvertown Tunnel opens as part of the Superloop network of orbital express bus routes.[230]
To run non-stop between Leamouth and Sun in the Sands.

Temporary routes

There are three special TfL express routes which only run during the Notting Hill Carnival: 2X, 36X and 205X.[231]

Route 23A operates on one day per year to Imber using heritage vehicles.[232]

See also

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