In London, as in other cities in the world, buses are also late and due to various traffic accidents such as accidents, traffic jams and so on, they may arrive at a bus stop with a delay. Existing timetables are already printed on paper and do not reflect the actual public transportation schedule, but that will change soon. In the near future, timetables at bus stops will be replaced by displays equipped with electronic paper, wireless communications and solar panels. The stands will become interactive, and information on the bus schedule will change on the fly, so if there are any delays or changes in the schedule, passengers will be immediately informed about it. The upgrade of stops so far affects only four stops of the city: on Waterloo Bridge, on Parliament Square, on Piccadilly Circus and Sloane Square. And in the fall of 2016, the city authorities will appreciate how useful this system is and whether it is worth implementing it throughout the city.