TfL Superloop route between Bexleyheath and Bromley

The map outlines some of the route’s planned stops, including at Sidcup, Queen Mary’s Hospital, Chislehurst Station, and Bickley with connections to National Rail services at Chislehurst, Bickley, Bromley, and Sidcup.

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The new service would be part of the Superloop – a new network of limited stop express routes which, when complete, will circle London and connect outer London town centres, hospitals, schools, and transport hubs.

The consultation on the Bexleyheath to Bromley route is expected to start in autumn 2023.

Supported by £6 million of additional funding provided by the Mayor of London, the Superloop is a “key part” of his commitment to improving the bus network in outer London and could add over four million additional kilometres to London’s bus network.

As well as this, another map has been released for the planned Superloop route between Bromley and West Croydon.

The map outlines some of the route’s planned stops, including at Bromley, West Wickham, Sandilands Tram Stop, East Croydon Station, and West Croydon. with connections to National Rail services at Bromley, East Croydon Station, and West Croydon.

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The consultation on the Bromley to East Croydon route is expected to start in autumn 2023.

TfL is continuing to deliver its Bus Action Plan, which aims to increase the number of customers choosing to travel by bus across London by making bus travel better. 

Those using buses across London will likely see faster journeys, with an additional 25km of new bus lanes by 2025 and bus journey times improved by 10 per cent by 2030. 

TfL’s fleet of zero-emission buses continues to grow with plans for the whole fleet to be converted by 2030, subject to Government funding. 

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan said: “The Superloop is part of my plans to improve public transport in outer London.

“These new routes will substantially improve access to transport services, town centres and hospitals in outer London, and help build a better, greener London for everyone.

“I’m so excited to be kicking off the Superloop journey with our new detailed maps. Londoners can see for themselves where the buses will be stopping and how the Superloop could benefit them.

“I’m also pleased to be launching the first Superloop consultation today with the new X183 route from Harrow to North Finchley. I encourage everyone in the local area to get involved and have their say.”



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