Green Line Route 755

From Luton to Central London

Our air-conditioned coach service runs directly between Luton Town Centre and central London 24/7, day and night. Ideal for commuters, students, shoppers, day-trippers and airport transfers, our great-value prices will keep your travel costs down.


The full commuter service with three trips in the morning and returning in the evening is back.

To view the latest timetable, please click here.

How frequent is the 755?

  • Hourly service runs for most of the day, every day
  • Extra coaches for commuters on weekdays
  • Connections between Luton town centre and Luton Airport can be made on Arriva A service. Additional ticket will be needed to travel

Key destinations on the route


Our coaches run to and from the travel interchange at Luton Rail Station, just a short walk from the town centre. Coaches also stop at Luton, Church Street (stop C9) and London Road, Cutenhoe Road.

Brent Cross Shopping Centre

This popular indoor shopping centre, home to all the big name stores, lies just off the southern end of the M1 motorway.  The 755 stops on the North Circular Road, within easy walking distance of the shopping centre's main entrance.

Central London

Green Line 755 serves a number of major stops in Central London, connecting you to London bus services, National Rail connections and London Underground lines such as:

  • Finchley Road for Jubilee and Metropolitan Line
  • Baker Street for Bakerloo, Central, Hammersmith & City, Jubilee and Metropolitan Lines
  • Marble Arch for Central Line
  • Hyde Park Corner for Piccadilly Line
  • Victoria Station for Circle, District and Victoria Line

What’s on board?

Our coaches have been a familiar site in London for 90 years. Sit back and:

  • Stay connected with our free WiFi and USB charging points
  • Relax in comfort in spacious reclining seats
  • Feel secure with seat belts and easy-to-reach grab handles
  • Keep your cool with onboard air-conditioning
  • Enjoy the view through your coach's huge panoramic window

Assisted travel


Our Greenline 755 coaches have lifts for wheelchair users, making coach travel accessible between Luton and London. By removing seating, we can adapt these coaches for wheelchair users. We just need a minimum of 24 hours’ notice.

Stops where wheelchairs can board and leave

In both directions between London and Luton:

  • Luton Station Interchange
  • Finchley Road
  • Lords Cricket Ground
  • Wellington Road
  • Baker Street
  • Marble Arch
  • Hyde Park Corner
  • Victoria, Bulleid Way

Extra stop from Luton to London

  • George Street

Extra stops from London to Luton

  • Gloucester Place
  • Brent Cross

Dealing with the unexpected

Some bus stops in central London are very busy. There may be times when kerbside availability, poor parking by others and street furniture positioning may mean we can't deploy the wheelchair lift safely.

If this happens, the ability to safely move a wheelchair user on or off the coach is subject to driver discretion. However our drivers are encouraged to take any reasonable action they can to allow a wheelchair user to use the service despite the reduced level of accessibility.

Contact details

Please call us on 0844 801 7261 between 7am and 9pm, seven days a week, to arrange pick-up and drop-off.

Bus stop locations


Towards London:

Luton Station Interchange (Stand LS3) - Luton LU1 2WH 

See bus stop map

Church Street (Stop C9) - Luton LU1 3JF 

See bus stop map

Towards Luton:

London Victoria, Buckingham Palace Road (Stop 6) - Victoria, London SW1W 9SR 

See bus stop map

Marble Arch (Stop 14) - London W2 2ET  

See bus stop map

Baker Street Station - Marylebone, London NW1 5AL 

See bus stop map

Finchley Road Station (Stop CL) - London NW3 6LS

See bus stop map

Brent Cross Centre North Circular Road (Stop J1) - London NW2 1JP  

See bus stop map

Black Boy PH - St Albans AL2 3BX 

See bus stop map

Contact us


Email: [email protected]

Telephone: 0344 801 7261

Write to us:

Greenline Coaches

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