TfL Hopper journeys reach 10 million

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More than 10 million ‘Hopper’ journeys have been made on London’s buses since the new fare was introduced six weeks ago on Monday, September 12, the London Evening Standard reported.

The ticket, which allows passengers a free second bus journey within an hour of starting their first, saves passenger £1.50 a journey.

The exact 10 millionth journey was made on route 332, which runs from Brent Park in North West London to Paddington Station. The most popular Hopper bus is route 18, which runs from Sudbury and Harrow Road to Euston Station via Kensal Green. The most popular bus stop for users taking advantage of the Hopper ticket is Brent Cross Shopping Centre, where more than 20,000 ‘hops’ have taken place.