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Green Line route was a limited-stop express coach service, most recently operated by Uno as part of the Green Line Coaches network. It operated between Hatfield and London.
Arriva decided to stop running this route in and Uno took over with a revised and reduced service from March The UK coach market was deregulated in under the Transport Act Route was started by Green Line in the s and once ran from London to Cambridge. In , Arriva sold the route back to Sovereign, by then owned by the Blazefield Group. In , Arriva purchased the Hertfordshire side of the Sovereign business, with the London side being sold to Transdev London. From to , Arriva operated the route, but operation was transferred to Uno.
They were specially branded for the service and feature rear adverts for shopping, leisure, and work uses of the service. They were mainly ex-Sovereign dual purpose vehicles.
Unobus operated the route from Hatfield to London Victoria from 28 February until 31 August , when route was made to terminate at London Baker Street. At the same time, the route north to Stevenage and Hitchin was extended to terminate at Hitchin railway station. This service was withdrawn on 31 August and replaced by the The service was ended in September owing to a lack of funding support from Hertfordshire County Council.
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Green Line 797
Green Line route was a limited-stop express coach service, most recently operated by Uno as part of the Green Line Coaches network. It operated between Hatfield and London. Arriva decided to stop running this route in and Uno took over with a revised and reduced service from March The UK coach market was deregulated in under the Transport Act Route was started by Green Line in the s and once ran from London to Cambridge. In , Arriva sold the route back to Sovereign, by then owned by the Blazefield Group.
Green Line route 797
London Country Bus Services. Green Line Coaches routes. Visit greenline timetable site Visit our site Chat to students Chat to students. Timetables results Further information For further information and the latest updates, please visit any of these websites Price guide Timetable UNO website https: Of course, the fact it goes via some parts of London that people might ultimately need to get to, will create a certain market. Maybe in the day, a smaller bus could be greenlin akin to an Optare Solo but kitted out with hopefully a bit more comfort, but then you have to maintain that etc. Whereas the train will be nearly at London by then!