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|Parent||Transport for London|
|Headquarters||Palestra, Blackfriars Road, London|
|Service area||Greater London; Buckinghamshire; Essex; Hertfordshire; Kent; Surrey, UK|
|Service type||Bus transport network|
|Routes||673 (52 night buses)|
|Daily ridership||6 million per weekday|
|Fuel type||Diesel and Hybrid Technology|
|Operator||Tendered Out Franchises|
London Buses is a company owned by Transport for London (TfL). It manages bus services in Greater London, UK. Buses need to be red and charge the same fares. All services are given by private sector workers.
References[change | change source]
- Dodson, Sean (2008-02-28). "London buses headed in the same direction as Helsinki's high-tech transport system | Technology". The Guardian. http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2008/feb/28/research.transport. Retrieved 2010-02-02.