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35px London Buses
30
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Management
Operated by East London
Garage West Ham
Vehicle Dennis Trident 2/Alexander ALX400 plus one Alexander Dennis Enviro 400
PVR 25
Route
Start Hackney Wick
Via Dalston
Highbury
Islington
Euston
End Marble Arch
Length 8 miles (12 km)
Service
Level Daily
Frequency About every 10 minutes
Journey time 42-84 minutes
Day 4:30am until 1:30am
Night No night service
Adult single fares
Oyster 90p
Cash £2.00
peak vehicle requirement
Transport for LondonPerformance

London Buses route 30 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is currently contracted to East London.

HistoryEdit

Route 30 commenced operation on 8 May 1911 Between Kings Cross and Fulham Cross. Some of this routing is still covered today by the 30, as well as by related routes 74 and 430.

During the war years the buses used on this route were the earlier batch of pre war RT's and operated from Hackney Wick to Roehampton through Graham Road,Hackney, Dalston Junction, St. Pauls Road, Islington and eventually through Putney to Roehampton.

The 30 was involved in the 7 July 2005 London bombings, when a bus on this route, which had been diverted due to other incidents, was blown-up by Hasib Hussain, killing himself and 13 passengers.

The bus destroyed was replaced by the first Alexander Dennis/Enviro 400 produced, named Spirit of London to symbolise the courage of Londoners.

File:Sprit of London.jpg

Current routeEdit

Route departing Hackney WickEdit

Route departing Marble ArchEdit

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit


List of bus routes in London

1-99 | 100-199 | 200-299 | 300-399 | 400-499 | 500-599 | 600-699 | Letter prefix | Night only

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