The London Underground has been really shoddy recently hasn’t it? And to add to the misery London commuters were met with even more delays as they travelled to work this morning.
After the Jubilee line chaos last week, which saw thousands were stuck under ground in the heat and hold ups on the Victoria and Central lines, there was even more travel misery this morning due to faulty trains on the Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines.
Once again hundreds of London commuters were left running late for work after they were forced to sit tight while the trains were removed from the tracks. If that wasn’t bad enough there are currently severe delays on the Hammersmith and City line due to a signal failure at Bow Road.
The RMT, the union who look after London tube drivers, are blaming the cutbacks and as such are in the beginning stages of planning another tube driver strike.
Meanwhile TfL are sticking with their statement that the tubes are running better than ever before and that they’re working out ways to cut delay times further. Seems like they’ve got a long way to go though doesn’t it?