Earlier this week we heard that the launch of the night tube might be getting delayed, which means we could be stuck using the night bus a little longer. But once it does kick into action, if you can't get home on the night tube or you're just really attached to the night bus, then it looks like you might have to wait even longer than usual for a bus. TfL has proposed a reduced service on Friday and Saturday nights on 17 bus routes in London, with the idea that the night tube will make the night bus kind of redundant for most people. But if the reduced service goes ahead, some night buses would only run every half hour, which could mean a whole lot of waiting out in the cold. But hey, at least you'll have plenty of time to locate the nearest kebab shop.
Here's the full list of buses that might be affected: 14, 88, 94, 134, N5, N8, N9, N20, N29, N38, N73, N91, N97, N98, N155, N207, N1.
Find out more here.
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