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This summary lists confirmed permanent bus changes up to two weeks before and up to eight weeks after the planned publication date. It also lists some information on changes within that range where the final details and/or date are not yet confirmed, although it may not be possible to list all such changes.
The information is correct to the date shown within the summary, but is subject to change for operational reasons.
We publish this summary every two weeks, normally on a Friday afternoon. Previous editions of this summary are available on request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more details and maps for permanent changes to routing visit our permanent bus changes page.
We sometimes have to temporarily remove the Countdown Signs so that we can repair or upgrade shelters.
Depending on the complexity of the work, it can take some time before we put the sign back. Until then, please use this site or text us to get live bus arrival information.
View the list of affected bus stops here:
This report is a worldwide study into the interaction of buses and signals at road crossings and has been produced for the International Association of Public Transport (UITP).
Phase 1 of the work, led by TfL, has involved a worldwide review of the topic, identification of lessons learnt from different cities and applications and developing recommendations for further work.
The main focus of the study has been on bus priority at traffic signals.
This report explains how prioritising buses at traffic signals improves their punctuality: