Londoner's voted to boot out bendy buses and their numbers in the Capital are ever decreasing
Double-decker buses will take over on the route, which operates between Victoria Station and Clapton Pond.
Passengers will see a change to the route 38 services run on weekdays as every bus will now run between Victoria and Hackney Central with alternate buses carrying on to Clapton Pond.
Between Victoria and Hackney Central on weekdays, buses will run approximately every two to four minutes in the daytime and every five to six minutes in the evenings.
On Saturdays, buses will run every three to four minutes during the day and every six minutes in the evening.
On Sundays, buses will run every five minutes during the day and every six minutes in the evenings.
At peak times on weekdays, passengers will see up to seven extra buses an hour.
Frequencies on the night bus service N38, from Victoria to Walthamstow Central, will also be increased to run every 12 minutes.
Route N38 will continue to operate with double-deck buses.
Kulveer Ranger, the Mayor of London's Transport Advisor, said: 'Londoner's voted to boot out bendy buses and their numbers in the Capital are ever decreasing.
'We're pleased to be introducing double-deck buses on this route and Transport for London will ensure that they run at a frequency that caters for the number of passengers using them.'
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