Some changes to the abovegka472l wrote:There are to be 608 of these in all by 2016. Fleet as at 15 March 2014 below.
All except LT1-3 carry LTZ1*** registrations (LT4 is LT1004, LT608 will be LTZ1608).
LT1-3 currently on tour in various parts of the world
LT4-8 Arriva London, route 38
LT9-40 Metroline, routes 24/390
LT41-68 Go Ahead London, route 11
LT69-94 London United, route 9
LT95-117 Metroline, routes 24/390
LT118/9 Go Ahead London, route 11
LT120-47 London United, route 148
LT148-73 London United, route 10 (converts 26 April 2014, batch in course of delivery), LT150 is already in service on route 9 in a special 'Year of the bus' silver livery, I photted it a few days ago when I visityed London http://www.flickr.com/photos/dmc1947/13018487655, but will go onto the 10.
LT174-206 Stagecoach, route 8, converts in June.
LT8 is returning to London as one of the prototype Euro6 engined ones, and will be with Metroline for use on the 24 & 390
LT148-71/4/5 for London United, route 10
LT172/3 Euro6 prototypes for Arriva, likely route 38
LT188/9 Euro6 prototypes for Go Ahead London, route 11
LT190 Euro6 prototype for Metroline (along with LT8) for the 24/390
LT191-234 are thought to be for Arriva as the 38 is to have a phased conversion into May 2014, LT176-87 are unallocated, but as the 38 has a PVR of 57 or so, likely that these will also be Arriva.
LT235-68 Stagecoach, route 8, converts in June (as Stagecoach have a national numbering system in Great Britain, they are allocated Stagecoach numbers 61235-68, although probably unlikely to be carried on the buses themselves).
In addition to LT150, a few more silver examples are expected, numbers unknown as of yet.
All the LT class are owned by Transport for London, hence a standard numbering scheme from LT1 upwards.