Mayor Khan and TfL have launched a consultation to withdraw sixteen bus routes, including numbers: 11, N11, 14, 31, 74, N74, C3.
The proposals also include changes and reductions to numbers: 19, 27, 49, 211, 328, 414, 430.
Many of our residents rely on these buses to get to work, to medical appointments or to shop. The disruption to these established routes means forcing people back to using cars or massively increased travel times using busier buses, with day-to-day commuters, disabled people and parents with pushchairs vying for limited space.
Residents can reply to the consultation directly via: https://haveyoursay.tfl.gov.uk/busreview
Residents are being encouraged to sign a petition backed by Felicity Buchan MP, Greg Hands MP, Tony Devenish AM, Cllr Elizabeth Campbell, Leader of RBKC, and Cllr Victoria Brocklebank-Fowler, LBHF Conservative Group Leader.
You can access the petition via: https://www.kcfc.org.uk/saveourbusroutes