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Bus route 18 is the most popular with Hopper passengers in London

PUBLISHED: 11:58 26 October 2016 | UPDATED: 11:58 26 October 2016

A map of the most popular Hopper routes in London

A map of the most popular Hopper routes in London

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Bus route 18 which serves Brent has been named as the most popular route used by passengers travelling on the new Hopper fares.

According to figures from Transport for London, the route has had the highest amount of passengers using the ticket which allows them to board a second bus or tram within an hour of the first for free.

The route travels between Sudbury and Euston via Wembley, Harlesden and Kensal Green

Brent Cross Shopping Centre is the most popular place for passengers moving from one bus to another using a Hopper ticket.

TfL said 10million passengers have used the Hopper fare since its was introduced six weeks ago.

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