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114This route has the ibus AVL system installed.
Management
Operated by Transdev London
Garage Edgware
Vehicle Volvo B7TL/East Lancs Myllennium Vyking
Scania OmniDekka
PVR 18
Route
Start Mill Hill Broadway Station
Via Burnt Oak
Queensbury
Kenton
Harrow
End Ruislip
Length 12 miles (19 km)
Service
Level Daily
Frequency About every 10-30 minutes
Journey time 40-73 minutes
Day 4:00am until 1:00am
Night No night service
Adult single fares
Oyster 90p
Cash £2.00
peak vehicle requirement
Transport for LondonPerformance

London Buses route 114 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is currently contracted to Transdev London.

HistoryEdit

This route began in 1950, it ran between Rayners Lane Station and Edgware Station; via existing routes 340, 140 and H10.

The route was rerouted to Ruislip Lido in 1966 to replace withdrawn route 158.

Withdrawn between Harrow Weald and Edgware, this section was replaced by former route 286 in 1970.

Rerouted from Harrow to Mill Hill Broadway Station and Monday-Friday peaks to Mill Hill East, the section to Harrow Weald was replaced by route 140.

Withdrawn between Mill Hill Broadway and Mill Hill East in 1991 and withdrawn between Ruislip Station and Ruislip Lido in 1995.

Before being operated by Transdev London, it was operated by London Transport at their Harrow Weald garage (HD) using SRTs and STLs, they were replaced by RTWs on October 1950. The RTWs were replaced by RTs in 1951.

Edgware (EW) gained half of the allocation in 1966. This allocation was withdrawn in 1970.

Route 114 was converted to single-deck in 1971. It was converted back to double-deck in 1994 using Metrobuses.

The contract was transferred from Metroline to Borehamwood Transport Services with orange and yellow Leyland Olympians; when London Sovereign bought BTS in 2000, the route transferred to their Edgware garage (BT) and their vehicles were painted blue and cream, in 2001 these were replaced by DAF DB250LF / Plaxton Presidents and Volvo Olympians and when Transdev London bought London Sovereign in 2004, Volvo B7TL 10.6m / East Lancs Myllennium Vykings and Scania OmniDekkas were bought to convert the route to low-floor.

Current routeEdit

Route departing Mill Hill BroadwayEdit

Route departing RuislipEdit

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit


List of bus routes in London

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