The latest round of London bus tender results have been announced by Transport for London (TfL), with CT Plus making gains.
The operator was re-awarded four services – the 390, W11, W12 and W13.
The 390, with a Peak Vehicle Requirement (PVR) of nine, will use 2012 Euro 5 single-deckers along with one new Euro 6 bus. W11 (PVR 10) will use new Euro 6 diesel single-deckers, while the W12 will use 2010 Euro 5 single-deckers (PVR seven). Each of these three contracts begins on March 4, 2017.
The W13, where the new contract instead begins on March 11, 2017, will use new Euro 6 single-deckers with a PVR of seven.
CT Plus also won the W16 contract from London General. The new contract will use new Euro 6 diesel single-deckers, with a PVR of nine, and begin on March 4, 2017.
Tower Transit has been re-awarded three services – the 308, W14 and W15.
The 308 (PVR 13) will utilise new Euro 6 hybrid double-deckers and commence on March 4, the same date as the new W15 contract (PVR 21) which will use 2013 Euro 5 single-deckers.
The W14 contract will instead begin on February 25 and will utilise 2012 Euro 5 single-deckers along with one 2010 Euro 5 double-decker. It has a PVR of 10.