The London Assembly has launched a new investigation into the impact of overcrowded trains and weekend closures on Londoners’ journeys.
The Assembly Transport Committee kicked off the investigation with a meeting on Wednesday which heard from from a number of experts but also wants to hear from Tube passengers about their experiences.
Londoners wishing to participate are invited to email firstname.lastname@example.org or complete a short online survey.
Assembly Member Caroline Pidgeon, chairs the Committee, said: “The Tube carries more than one billion passengers a year – and the strain on the network can really start to show at peak times. What we are interested in is how overcrowding and line closures affect passengers and their journeys.”
“What can we learn from the Jubilee line closures and upgrade works on other modes of transport that could be taken on board for future upgrade works on the Underground?”
The webcast of yesterday’s meeting can be viewed on the london.gov.uk website