Central London Bus Review
TfL have opened a six-week Central London consultation that ends on 12th July 2022. Have your voice heard and raise concerns about the proposed bus cuts and reductions.
Buses are the backbone of the London transport network, especially when areas are not served by London Underground, Overground, DLR (Docklands Light Railway) or Tram. Disabled people need buses to get around and live our lives to see family, friends, get to work attend appointments. TfL are consulting on changes to bus routes in and around central London. They are considering withdrawing some individual bus routes or sections of routes where they are covered by other high-frequency services or are close to alternative stops. All the proposed changes have been arranged into ‘neighbourhoods’ of North, East, South and West London.
TfL have opened a six week consultation that ends on 12th July 2022. There is only a month and a half to have your voice heard and raise concerns about the proposed bus cuts in London. To access the survey in the TFL link you need to set up and account with your name, email address and password before you then go to the consultation survey.
The list of London buses proposed for removal, or part removal are listed in the link below. Please add your thoughts and concerns and support us to spread the word on this consultation so that as many Disabled people’s voices are heard.
You can find more information and a link to the Central London bus consultation here: https://haveyoursay.tfl.gov.uk/busreview