Proposed extension of route 324 (Stanmore station to Centennial Business Park)
We regularly keep the bus network under review to ensure we provide the most efficient and convenient services and provide journey opportunities where they are most needed.
As part of this ongoing process we have developed a proposal to extend bus route 324 from its current terminus at Stanmore station to Centennial Park in Elstree, via Brockley Hill. This will enable the 324 to call at the bus stops serving the Brockley Hill entrance to the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH). Improving bus links for the hospital has been an aspiration for some time and the proposal would also create a new interchange with the Jubilee line for those wishing to travel to both the hospital and the business park.
We do not propose any other changes to the 324 route or its frequency and route 107 which also serves the hospital from Edgware would remain unchanged.
We are running a consultation on this proposal from Monday 9 November to Monday 21 December 2020 and would like to hear your views. You can respond by completing our online survey at https://consultations.tfl.gov.uk/buses/route-324/, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or writing to FREEPOST TfL Consultations (324 bus).
We would be grateful if you could pass on this information to any of your contacts who might be interested in taking part or if you could publicise the consultation via any of your own channels.
Subject to the outcome of the consultation, we would plan to implement any changes early in the 2021/22 financial year.