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77
London General PVL150.JPG
Service
Start Tooting
End Waterloo
Via Clapham Junction
Frequency About every 10-15 minutes
Length 8 miles (13 km)
Operation
Operator(s) Go-Ahead London
Garage AL Merton
Vehicle(s) B7TL 10m/ President
B7TL 10m / Eclipse Gemini
PVR Day: 16
Night: No night service
† peak vehicle requirement
Transport for LondonPerformance


London Buses route 77 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is currently contracted to Go-Ahead London.

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History

Route 77 began operation in 1947 and originally ran between Kings Cross and Wallington. In 1953, the route was split into two sections. The 77A (Now 87) ran the route between Kings Cross and Aldwych and the 77B ran the route between Aldwych and Wallington. In 1960, the route was withdrawn between Euston and Kings Cross. Between 1960 and 2005, the route underwent a number of significant changes in an attempt to shorten bus routes in London. Today, the route 77 runs between Tooting railway station and Waterloo. There are future plans to further change the route.

Current route

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Route departing Tooting station

Route departing Waterloo station

  • Waterloo railway station
  • St Thomas's Hospital
  • Lambeth Palace
  • Albert Embankment
  • Vauxhall bus and railway stations
  • Wandsworth Road railway station
  • Clapham Junction railway station
  • Earlsfield railway station
  • Tooting Broadway
  • Tooting railway station

See also

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