Commuters told to walk if they don't like London Underground
Despite the fact loads of people have died on London's new bicycle super highway, thanks to it being a long strip of deathly errors, commuters and Londoners have been told that, if they don't like The Tube, they should cycle or walk.
Instead of trying to improve their services, Transport for London (TfL) are basically saying 'don't like it? Tough'.
A TfL spokesman said: "For example if you get the Tube at Clapham North to Stockwell just to transfer to the Victoria Line maybe you could instead walk as it would only take 10 minutes. Or could you start your journey 10 minutes earlier to avoid the crowds?"
Basically, the TfL have kicked off a pilot project, starting today, which hopes to ease commuters’ journeys by telling them to go away. A novel approach. Imagine if all businesses said "we're going to reduce the number of complaints we get by sticking our fingers in our ears until moaners either give up or die."
A spokesman from website Commuting Expert chucked their hat in the ring, saying: "Transport costs are going up and up while salaries stay flat so it is frustrating when the service you're paying for isn't the service you're being recommended to use."