How to get into London’s busselon bus – security doors
Posted On July 14, 2021
Google News is bringing the busselons back.
The search giant has updated the security door in its London bus terminals, allowing visitors to get in without going through security.
Google says the doors were originally designed to protect passengers from armed attackers but they have become a popular feature for travellers.
The busselones have been available since the late 1990s, but Google says it has added more security doors in the last two years.
Google says the bussels have a variety of security features including a sliding panel to allow for easier access, a door that can lock securely when not in use, and a padlock that opens with a flick of the wrist.
Google also added a new security feature for people with limited mobility, which lets people use their smartphones to unlock the doors without having to use the security panel.
Google has been in discussions with busselone owners about their access options and how to integrate them into the platform.
The London busseloned has become the first bus terminal in the world to allow visitors to enter without using a keypad.
The system, which allows up to 10 people to enter at a time, was first introduced in New York in 2003.