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Our bus stop back in Brixton!

The bus stop for West Norwood bound buses ( 2, 3, 196, 432) is back in Brixton town centre – outside Barclays bank .  Over 1,100 people signed a petition to get the bus stop back.

But check out Tory bus cuts in central London  – including the 45, 59 and 159 that  run in Lambeth. Deadline for consultation is  Sunday 7/8/22 . For  details see:
To oppose the bus cuts sign the petition here:
See our previous post: 26/11/21

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Missing bus stop for West Norwood buses

Residents have started a petition to restore the missing bus stop in Brixton town centre for the 2, 432, 415 and N2 buses.

The bus stops in Brixton were temporarily re-arranged during covid 19 lockdown and the stop for buses to Tulse Hill & West Norwood disappeared so passengers now have to walk to the next stop on Effra Road. This bus stop is often very crowded & by a narrow busy pavement. It is too far for many disabled people and a struggle for anyone carrying heavy shopping.

To support the petition, deadline Jan 30th 2022, please go to:


Our representative on the London Assembly Marina Ahmed is also talking to Transport for London about the missing bus stop –  contact Marina directly by emailing marina.ahmad@london.gov.uk or twitter @LabourMarina

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New bus stops on Knights Hill

Knights Hill120 Knights Hill , by St Vincent Close, has recently been demolished to make way for the new West Norwood fire station.

To free up access to the new fire station the current bus stops on each side of the road will be moved a bit further north of Bewlys Road. Two new bus stops will be placed on each side of Knights Hill outside Tivoli Park.

Work on the bus stops should be done in the next 3 months.

For more information please contact Richard Pink on  Richard.Pink@aecom.com

See link to map below for details.

West Norwood – Fire Station – bus stops (pdf)

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