Next two NBfL routes confirmed

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Route 390 will be the second NBfL only service operated by Metroline, with a PVR of 20
Route 390 will be the second NBfL
only service operated by Metroline,
with a PVR of 20

TfL has confirmed the third and fourth routes in the capital to be served by the iconic New Bus for London (NBfL) will be the 9 and 390.

Following the conversion of Metroline’s route 24 on June 22 and the forthcoming conversion of the route 11 on September 21, the next two routes will convert by the end of the year.

Route 9 is operated by London United and runs between Hammersmith and Aldwych. NBfLs will appear on this route from Saturday, October 26.

Route 390, which is a 24-hour bus route, is operated by Metroline and runs between Notting Hill Gate and Archway,. TfL said the conversion to NBfL operation will take place “by then end of the year” – with a PVR of 20.