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Help and Advice

Please remember this is only a guide, it does not cover every eventuality. You are the professional you must also use your knowledge, judgement and common sense. Make sure you know the restrictions, the rules, make sure you read the road signs.  


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About the Association

Become a Member

Joining the LTCOA is easy. For just £325 a year (less than £1 a day) you will have access to the latest news and updates affecting your company, joining like minded members of the coach industry who want to provide the best possible service for their customers. For further information click here Join Us

What We Do

We represent our members and help to navigate them thorough the complexities of operating in London. With regular meetings and workshops; members newsletters and update; and the chance to meet those who are responsible for decision making in our capital city, the LTCOA is the association to join if you run in London. For more information click here

London Operations - Our Advice

We provide details of where to set down and pick up your passengers and to park your coach when visiting London. Members have a concession to drop and pick up passengers at certain locations on the red route network in addition to bus stops. we also help you unravel the complexity of stopping on borough roads where there are yellow lines. All the information you need and more… read more…

COVID19 - Advice and Coping

The impact of COVID-19 on the Coach Industry and our society in general cannot be underestimated. Good advice on dealing with the virus itself can be difficult to come by. The following is advice issued by Dr Ted Lankester, an expert in Global Health and from the Arukah Network and has been reproduced with their permission:

During this ongoing outbreak of Coronavirus, Covid-19, a big problem we face is fake news. There are some incorrect and sometimes dangerous ideas on social media. But I’d also like to share with you a few lines on Coronavirus and how to cope with it, along with some helpful science-based websites.

Each country is in a different stage of the epidemic. The epidemic rises to a peak and then slows down- the time scale for this differs between countries. China has probably passed its peak and the number of cases and deaths has fallen dramatically. Here in Europe we are moving towards a surge and are taking drastic action. For many countries it’s hard to know when the peak will occur and how many cases will be involved.

So in practice, I would like to highlight 5 things:

1. Follow the official advice from government. This includes measures they are putting in place such as details about closures of schools, sports events and mass gatherings, and information about closing borders and other travel restrictions.

2. Reduce your risk of getting infected by Coronavirus (adapted by latest advice from the UK’s National Health Service):

    • Wash your hands with soap and water often – do this for at least 20 seconds;
    • Always wash your hands when you get home or into work and before eating;
    • Use hand sanitiser (at least 60% alcohol) if available and washing with soap is not easy;
    • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or your sleeve (not your hands) when you cough or sneeze;
    • Put used tissues ideally in a bin or dispose immediately and wash your hands afterwards;
    • Do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth if your hands are not clean

3. Understand Coronavirus in the context of other serious health issues in our world. Of course, Covid-19 is serious and spreading. We don’t know enough about it. And we don’t yet have a vaccine. At the time of writing (13th March) according to the latest WHO information, there have been 132,758 confirmed cases and 4,955 confirmed deaths. The numbers are rapidly increasing and the number of actual cases is considerably more. But by comparison, according to the World Health Organisation, Flu causes up to 650,000 deaths from lung illnesses each year, TB kills 1.5 million per year, and Malaria kills 445,000 people per year.

4. Take action to avoid fear. There are two epidemics going on. One is Corona and the other is fear. Let’s make sure we stick to truth and  take action to avoid fear and panic. Let’s remember the low risk of death for the vast majority of us and concentrate on positive ways we can protect ourselves, and ways we can help each other.

5. We should support each other whatever the situation.


London’s Transport Commissioner Mike Brown on the response to coronavirus in London

Support NHS heroes and TfL — please stay at home MY heartfelt thanks go to the people of London for acting on the instruction of the Mayor and Government to stay at home and not travel to help fight the spread of coronavirus, save lives and protect our NHS. We have seen Tube and rail … Continue reading “London’s Transport Commissioner Mike Brown on the response to coronavirus in London”


Useful updates and practical advice on COVID-19 can be found on the NHS website –

The Future of the Coach in London – Workshop Postponed

With the rapidly changing situation in the COVID-19 situation, we have taken the decision to postpone the workshop on the ‘Future of the Coach in London’ on 30 March 2020 until later in the year, once the situation becomes clearer. This decision was not taken lightly, as we recognise that this is a time that … Continue reading “The Future of the Coach in London – Workshop Postponed”

Russell Square

The west side of Russell Square is now closed until 3 April 2020 to allow for gas main works. Local diversions are in place.

Westminster – Abingdon Street

Advance notice that Abingdon Street, which is part of the road network from Millbank to Parliament Square will be closed from Monday 27 April until early July 2020 for security gate installation work. Traffic will be diverted via Horseferry Road and Marsham Street.

Westminster – Broad Sanctuary

Broad Sanctuary (the road that leads from Victoria Street to Parliament Square, by Westminster Abbey) will be closed eastbound from 1 to 23 April 2020. For coaches travelling towards Whitehall, turn right at Great Smith Street, ahead Marsham Street, left into Horseferry Road, then Millbank, ahead into Abingdon Street to Parliament Square.

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