London Buses route N381 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, England. Running between Peckham and Trafalgar Square, it is operated by Abellio London .

History Edit

Night bus N381 commenced operating on 9 October 1999 between Trafalgar Square and Peckham Bus Station via Whitehall - Parliament Street - Bridge Street - Westminster Station - Westminster Bridge - Westminster Bridge Road - County Hall - York Road - Waterloo Station - Tenison Way - Waterloo Road - Stamford Street - Southwark - Southwark Street - Southwark Bridge Road - Marshelsea Road - Borough Station - Great Dover Street - Bricklayer's Arms roundabout - Tower Bridge Road - Tooley Street - Jamaica Road - Bermondsey Station - Jamaica Road - Brunel Road - Rotherhithe Station - Brunel Road - Salter Road - Redriff Road - Surrey Quays Road (for Canada Water Station) - Lower Road - Surrey Quays Station - Rotherhithe New Road - Galleywall Road - Southwark Park Road - South Bermondsey - St James's Road - Catlin Street - Rotherhithe New Road - St James's Road - Old Kent Road - Peckham Park Road - Buller Close - Peckham Hill Street - Peckham High Street. The route was introduced to replace withdrawn route N70. The route initially operated by London Central from their Peckham (PM) garage using Alexander ALX400 bodied Volvo B7TLs.

In 2002, the route was withdrawn between Horse Guards and Trafalgar Square.

In 2004, the route passed to Travel London operating from their Walworth (WL) garage with Wright Eclipse Gemini bodied Volvo B7TLs introduced.

In February 2004, the Route was included in the sale of Connex to Travel London.

In May 2009, the route was included in the sale of Travel London to Abellio London.

On 10 October 2009, the route was retained by Abellio London.

On 8 October 2016, the route was retained by Abellio London with Alexander Dennis Enviro 400Hs introduced.

Current Route Edit

  • Peckham Bus Station
  • Peckham Park Road
  • Southwark Park Road
  • South Bermondsey
  • Surrey Quays
  • Canada Water Bus Station
  • Salter Road
  • Rotherhithe
  • Bermondsey
  • Jamica Road
  • City Hall
  • Tooley Street
  • London Bridge (For Guy's Hospital and Southwark Cathedral)
  • Southwark Street
  • Waterloo 
  • County Hall (For St Thomas' Hospital)
  • Westminster (For Parliament Square)
  • Trafalgar Square (For Charing Cross Station) 

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