This minimal map shows only parks and green spaces as point of interest as well as all the bus stops in Greater London. You can either search for a park and see which bus stops are closest or alternatively, if you know the bus stop you’re going to, you can look out for green spaces nearby. For example you can enter Brockwell Park in the search box and have a bird-eye view of all the nearby stops.
Some parks only have one or two bus stops nearby, but most bigger parks have several stops to choose from. For example Alexandra Park does not have just one Alexandra Park stop, you can go to Garden Centre, Palm Court, Ice Rink or Alexandra Palace Park.
Battersea Park similarly has more than one station as entry point to the park. For example, if you are planning a walk by the Thames starting from Battersea Park/Chelsea Gate and finishing in Albert Bridge stop across the river might be the best route for you.
Of course Google Maps is more practical for journey planning, but the aim of this map is to give uncluttered overview and a start-point for exploration. Especially if you are someone who likes to spend time in green spaces and also really happens to like bus stops.
Explore: Green Bus Stop Map in Mapbox
Dataset from London Datastore (TfL Bus Stop Locations and Routes bus-stops-10-06-15.csv)