G-St Road, the G-Street, is an innovative new road network built to connect G-Buses to London’s CBD, with buses providing the most convenient routes to the City’s central business district.
It is currently open to buses, lorries, trams and trams-only.
In the coming weeks, the first phase of the network will be rolled out across G-Sides, with the first line from central London, to St Pancras, to Waterloo and finally to Waterloo Bridge, due to open in early 2018.
The other phase of G-street will begin in 2019 with a new route connecting the central business area to the G Street station.
G-St is one of the largest public transport projects in the UK, with more than 60 million people using it.
A recent report by the Government said it was costing £1.7bn ($2.6bn) per year to operate the network.
More: G-Stride is a one-stop route to central London from the new London G-Mall in the centre of the City, the most central business zone in Europe.
“The G- Street will be the UK’s most convenient transport hub and the gateway to the capital,” said Transport Minister Claire Perry.
With more than 3,000 miles of new routes, it is expected to help cut congestion and improve the safety of the capital.
Read more about G-st: How to get Gst in GB: http://www.gov.uk/government/government-news/gst-road-gst/article84527961.ece