London Buses route H13


London Buses route H13

Infobox London Bus
number=H13
ibus=yes


operator=Transdev London
garage=Harrow
vehicle=Dennis Dart SLF 10.2m / Plaxton Pointer 2
pvr=5
start=St Vincent's Hospital
via=Ruislip
Ruislip Manor
Pinner
Northwood Hills
end=Ruislip Lido
length=8 miles (12 km)
level=Daily
frequency=About every 20-30 minutes
time=24-44 minutes
night=No night service
day=6:00am until 0:24am

London Buses route H13 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, United Kingdom. The service is currently contracted to Transdev London.

History

Route H13 replaced the withdrawn section of route 114 between Ruislip Lido and Ruislip Station on 14 November 1987 as part of the Harrow Buses scheme. The H13 initially ran Monday to Friday using Metrorider minibuses, but gained a Sunday service in 2004 and brand new low-floor Dennis Darts the same year. The route was extended to St Vincent's Park on 28 October 2006.

Even though it's an H-route, the H13 does not serve Harrow at all. The route is almost a circular route, terminating either side of Ruislip Common.

Current route

Route departing St Vincent's Hospital

* St Vincent's Hospital
* Wilshire Lane
* Norwich Road
* Joel Street
* Northwood Hills Station
* Northwood Way
* Hillside Road
* Potter Street
* Pinner Road
* Elm Park Road
* Bridge Street
* Pinner "Love Lane"
* Pinner Station
* Marsh Road
* Eastcote Road
* Bridle Road
* Field End Road
* Eastcote Road
* Windmill Hill
* Ruislip Manor Station
* Pembroke Road
* Station Approach
*Ruislip Station
* Ruislip High Street
* Bury Street
* Reservoir Road
* Ruislip Lido

Route departing Ruislip Lido

* Ruislip Lido
* Reservoir Road
* Bury Street
* Ruislip High Street
* Pembroke Road
*Ruislip Station
* Ruislip Manor Station
* Windmill Hill
* Eastcote Road
* Field End Road
* Bridle Road
* Eastcote Road
* Marsh Road
* Pinner Station
* Pinner "Love Lane"
* Bridge Street
* Elm Park Road
* Pinner Road
* Potter Street
* Hillside Road
* Northwood Way
* Northwood Hills Station
* Joel Street
* Norwich Road
* Wilshire Lane
* St Vincent's Hospital

ee also

* List of bus routes in London
* Transdev London

External links

* [http://www.tfl.gov.uk Transport for London]
* [http://www.busesatwork.co.uk London Bus Routes]
* [http://www.londonbusroutes.net/times/H13.pdf Full timetable (PDF)]


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