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#AYearOfBuses 214: Highgate Village – Liverpool Street

#AYearOfBuses 214: Highgate Village – Liverpool Street

Today’s winner on #AYearOfBuses is one of London’s next routes to go fully-electric.

London’s route 214 began life in 1961 as a replacement for trolleybus route 615, running between Moorgate and Parliament Hill Fields via City Road, Angel and King’s Cross. It’s one of central London’s relatively rare single-deck routes, having been run with varying types – including Leyland Nationals – since 1989.

The next chapter in the 214s’ history starts later this month – it’ll pass from long-term incumbent Metroline to London General, who will introduce a fleet of Alexander Dennis Enviro200EV-bodied BYD D9URs full-electric buses.

Image credit: Peter Horrex

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Matt Harrison

Matt Harrison is a transport marketer, copywriter, detail-obsessed design critic and founder of Transport Designed. He's had almost ten years of experience working in marketing and has an unhealthy obsession with anything Helvetica.

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