Route Ratings (Updated 30th Oct) 299/545

 Latest route updates: 103, 175, 257, 258, 364

 EDIT: The route ratings spreadsheet gives every route in London I've completed from start to finish a score out of ten, with my ultimate goal being able to ride all 545 buses from end to end. This figure represents all the daytime/mobility routes and does not include night buses or school routes, so the N9, N11 and N5 have been removed from the route ratings spreadsheet as they are not part of the project and were merely done for leisure. A new spreadsheet, ranking every other route I've done in the country (including non-TFL services) will be uploaded by the end of the week, and that will include night buses!

Welcome to the revamped route ratings page! Admittedly, the former version wasn't particularly clear on my thoughts on every route in London, especially as well over 100 routes have been given "7/10" and physically counting to find the "position" of your chosen route can be rather difficult when faced with an overwhelming list of bullet points. So, the link gives you a spreadsheet, which will be much easier to update and essentially gives you a table, showing what the 1st, 255th, 50th, 100th etc best bus routes in London are, for me. I've taken a much more systematic approach this time so some routes have been swapped around and a few examples have been removed entirely for re-evalutation, where a one-off circumstance may have affected my initial scoring.

I hope you enjoy the new feature and watch your local bus routes rise/fall in the table that ranks London bus routes!

Note: I'm attempting to complete all London bus services apart from the school "600 series" and night "N prefix" routes, so the total figure of 545 represents what I will be completing and not necessarily the total amount of routes in London.

I've also created a map of exactly where I've been in London, by literally drawing out routes that I've completed from one end to another. Here's a link so you can access it, and as I complete more routes over time, the more lines you'll see gradually appearing on this map, until practically the whole of London is covered!

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