TfL could reinstate N213 Sutton to Croydon night bus
1:50pm Wednesday 12th December 2012 in News
Bus users have a chance to get a once-popular night service reinstated if they want it.
Transport for London (TfL) is running a consultation giving people the chance to press for the return of the axed N213 service used by revellers and late night workers to get between Sutton and Croydon.
More than 5,000 people signed a petition when the service was chopped but now TfL is giving people the chance to bring it back.
Carshalton and Wallington MP Tom Brake said: "This consultation is another opportunity to call upon Boris Johnson to listen to the needs of local people and reinstate the night bus service. The lack of a night bus service is not only a hindrance to night workers, it also means that young people going for a night out in Croydon are required to compromise their safety by walking home if they cannot afford a taxi."
TFL is accepting comments and suggestions on how the 213 route can be changed or improved until January 25. People can submit comments by emailing STEngagement@tfl.gov.uk.
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