Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, and Transport for London are consulting on their plans to abolish sixteen bus routes across London.
Shockingly, Pimlico's historic and iconic route 24 is under threat.
Route 11, connecting Fulham, Chelsea, Victoria and the City of London also faces Khan's axe.
The threatened routes across Westminster are: 11, 12, 14, 16, 24, 31, 74, N11, N16, N31 and N74.
Across wider London, impacted routes include: 4, 45, 72, 78, 242, 349, 521, C3, D7.
Many local people rely on these buses to get to work, to medical appointments, to school, to college or to the shops. The disruption to these established routes means forcing people back to using cars, expensive taxis and private hire vehicles, or massively increased travel times using busier buses, with day-to-day commuters, disabled people and parents with pushchairs vying for limited space.
Local Member of Parliament for the Cities of London & Westminster, Nickie Aiken, has joined forces with community activists, local councillors, neighbouring MPs Felicity Buchan (Kensington) and Greg Hands (Chelsea and Fulham) and London Assembly Member for West Central, Tony Devenish AM, to put a halt to the plans. But they need your help.
Tell Mayor Khan to save our buses. Respond to Transport for London's consultation here and sign Nickie's petition below.