Last reviewed 14 October 2021
A range of new bus leisure routes and cultural maps have been produced by Transport for London (TfL) to showcase interesting activities and places to visit across the capital.
The initiative aims to remind people that there are lots of places for families and friends to visit across London that can be easily accessed using public transport.
TfL has noted that bus ridership continues to see a week-on-week increase, with numbers at weekends particularly high as theatres, art exhibitions and sporting events reopen and people seek to experience all the city has to offer.
The maps feature attractions such as the Olympic Park by Stratford station, Portobello Road market near Notting Hill Gate station and the famous “Abbey Road” crossing close to Kilburn High Road.
These maps can be found – here – and TfL has also produced five new bus leisure route maps that point out the capital's most iconic areas.
Each map has a set focus, from heritage routes to galleries and museums and they can all be found - here.
Passengers are also encouraged to make journeys at quieter times to help spread demand across the day. These are currently between 08:15 and 16:00 and after 17:30 during the week, and before noon and after 18:00 at weekends.