Service Updates

Diversionary Route

Wednesday 26th September 2018

Please be advised that Lambeth Bridge is still closed eastbound. TfL confirm that the gas leak has been repaired but the road has not yet been reinstated. These works are in progress today and it is estimated that the road will re-open tomorrow morning.

Our services will divert via Lambeth Palace Road again this afternoon.

Alternative pick up points will be located at:
Lambeth Palace Road (stop SP) per the timetable for Abingdon Street
St. Thomas Hospital (stop C) per the timetable for Abingdon Street

Whilst following this diversion services will be unable to serve our timetabled stops located at Millbank and Abingdon Street.

Fenchurch Street Closure

We have been advised by TfL that Fenchurch Street will be closed until 21st October due to a gas escape.

During the closure our AM services will divert via Minories to Tower Hill (Bus Stop TA) then to Upper Thames Street (Cannon Street Stop), then to Embankment and normal line of route.

During the closure we will be unable to serve our Fenchurch or regular Cannon Street stops.

This will not affect our PM services.

We apologise for any inconvenience caused during the diversion.

New Ticketing System

The booking portal for our new ticketing system is now live please click on the Booking Portal tab above to buy your tickets.

The only tickets you can buy on board the coach from Tuesday 8th May will be singles, returns and locals. (The correct money will be required as the drivers do not carry change). Please note we are no longer accepting cheques.

From now on once you board the coach please present either your paper ticket to the driver or scan your new digital ticket.

New Snodland Express Service

As part of our recent route and timetable review we have also identified where new services will add value.

We have received a number of requests over the years from commuters living in Snodland wanting an ‘express service’ from Snodland to London . With slight amendments to the route and a strong marketing campaign to support the launch we believe that we can run a viable and sustainable service on this corridor.

From 19th June 2017 we will operate two 764 services starting from Cuxton to Snodland and then fast via the M20 to London. With a journey time of just 60 minutes from Snodland to Canary Wharf we’re confident this service will be popular with passengers.

From now on once you board the coach please present either your paper ticket to the driver or scan your new digital ticket.

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