… is SL7.
Pity about all the oodles of fare payers money that TfL has wasted on the new blue brand!
The SL7 has an increased frequency over the former X26, now running roughly every 15 minutes.
But Transport for London keeps such boring and unnecessary detail in dark and impenetrable secrecy.
… and here is the 731 to Basingstoke.
Of course it is just one route running Heathrow – Frimley – Basingstoke.
And here’s the timetable.
Words fail fbb (of course they don’t) as to the utter stupidity of this presentation. Please do not comment that it is a legal requirement under EU riles. IT ISN’T AND IT NEVER WAS.
… and a timetable for the 731 …
…which means that journey planners require a change of bus!
2 RailAir 2 Is 1
In July 2019, fbb was privileged to have an invite to RailAir 2 started by First Bus between Guildford and Heathrow. It ran hourly …
… and used posh coaches.
… never to re-appear. It was replaced when First RailAir RA2 from Guildford was diverted to call at Woking.
… and here the revised design for journeys via Woking.
Recently the route has been improved by the addition of extra journeys from Woking giving that town a half hourly service.
Wat’s New At Whatford?
Running hourly from Watford Junction station, this RA3 service is very limited stop …
… as it runs via the M25. It started, as did the improved RA2, on 23rd July.
But, never mind, all will be explained on the Heathrow web site!