Since Christmas passengers have been plagued by delays, overcrowding and cancellations as operators have struggled to work about the station’s rebuilding.
The company has faced growing criticism from passengers and politicians after services were disrupted following introduction of a new timetable needed to facilitate the London Bridge station rebuild.
On Tuesday I took part in a Centre for London panel on the future of the London Assembly, it was a lively discussion which included defences of the Assembly, suggestions of additional powers and even calls for its abolition.
The company has faced a barrage of criticism from passengers enduring delays and disruption as it struggled to keep to a revised timetable drawn up to facilitate the London Bridge station rebuild.
Last week saw scenes of mayhem at London Bridge as spiralling delays resulted in confusion and dangerous overcrowding. This should have been a wakeup call for rail bosses, but yesterday morning I was one of hundreds of commuters caught up in the continuing chaos.