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Transport for London to change bus routes 206 and 224

PUBLISHED: 13:43 22 February 2016 | UPDATED: 13:43 22 February 2016

TfL is asking for feedback on changes to bus routes 206 and 224 at Brent Park Tesco this afternoon (Pic: Google Street View)

TfL is asking for feedback on changes to bus routes 206 and 224 at Brent Park Tesco this afternoon (Pic: Google Street View)

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Transport for London has revealed proposals to change bus routes 206 and 224.

TFL's planned changes to the 206 bus route (Pic: TfL)TFL's planned changes to the 206 bus route (Pic: TfL)

TfL will be in Brent Park Tesco in Great Central Way, until 2.20pm to outline its plans for the routes to shoppers and bus passengers.

The new routes aim to simplify and cut down on journey times.

Under the plans for the 206 route which runs between Kilburn Park Station and Wembley Park there will be no changes northbound.

TfL have released a map showing the current 224 route and proposed changes from summer 2016 (Pic: TfL)TfL have released a map showing the current 224 route and proposed changes from summer 2016 (Pic: TfL)

However the southbound route towards Kilburn Park will no longer serve a bus stop on the North Circular Road and Great Central Way instead stopping at a new stop in Drury Way.

Route 224 buses which runs between Mitchell Way in Neasden and Wembley Stadium would leave the new Brent Park Tesco stop and run stops in Drury Way, Besant Way and Pitfield Way in the St Raphael’s Estate before returning into Drury Way towards Brentfield Road.

However, the 224 will no longer serve a stop on Great Central Way and the North Circular Road.

The first and last stop on the 224 would be changed to Brent Park Tesco.

For more information on TfL’s consultation, which closes on March 20, as well as detailed plans of the proposals and how to register your views visit here.

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