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More stops on Walthamstow ‘Superloop’ bus routes revealed

New maps shows more details of two new express bus routes planned to and from Walthamstow

The London bus “Superloop” was announced last month (credit: TfL)

Maps showing more of the proposed stops along “Superloop” bus routes to and from Walthamstow were revealed today.

Transport for London (TfL) first announced plans for a ring of express bus routes connecting outer London boroughs last month.

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan provided £6million in funding for the new routes, so that drivers affected by the upcoming ULEZ expansion have an easy way to get around the city by public transport. 

Two of the routes – the X34 and the X123 – will terminate at Walthamstow Central Station, linking the borough to four others in London.

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As shown by the new maps, the X34 will travel from Walthamstow to Silver Street Station, Gloucester Road, Arnos Grove and New Southgate Station before terminating at North Finchley.

The X123, will travel from Walthamstow to Gants Hill Station, Ilford and Barking and terminate at Royal Docks.

Mayor Khan said: “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.”

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