London Buses route 100


Operator London General
Peak vehicle requirement 17
Start Elephant & Castle
Via Southwark
End Shadwell

London Buses route 100 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, England. Running between Elephant & Castle and Shadwell, it is operated by London General.


When next tendered, it passed to Travel London's Walworth garage on 18 September 2004.[1]

Route 100 was included in the 21 May 2009 sale of Travel London to Abellio London.[2][3][4] On 19 September 2009, Abellio London commenced a further contract to operate the route.[5]

When next tendered, the contract to operate the route was awarded to London General with the handover occurring on 20 September 2014.[6][7]

In September 2016, Transport for London opened a consultation on changing the route so that it only runs between Wapping and the Museum of London.[8]

Current route

Route 100 operates via these primary locations:[9]


  1. Bus tender results Route 100 Transport for London 15 March 2004
  2. National Express Group plc agreement to sell Travel London National Express Group 21 May 2009
  3. NatEx sells London bus business Bus & Coach Professional 22 May 2009
  4. NedRailways acquisition reinforces long term commitment to UK transport market NedRailways 9 June 2009
  5. Bus tender results Route 100 Transport for London 13 May 2009
  6. Bus tender results Route 100 Transport for London 19 December 2013
  7. Tender News Bus Talk (Go-Ahead London) issue 26 February 2014
  8. Sheppard, Owen (6 October 2016). "TFL CONSULT ON CHANGES TO ELEPHANT AND CASTLE 100 AND 388 BUSES". Southwark News. Retrieved 7 October 2016.
  9. Route 100 Map Transport for London
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