So how’s that ‘more trains on the Central Line’ thing working out for ya?

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Misquoting Sarah Palin, but it’s a genuine question. Noticed any improvements, o commuters of Wanstead and Snaresbrook?

5 thoughts on “So how’s that ‘more trains on the Central Line’ thing working out for ya?”

  1. There seem to have been more signal failures than usual this week….

    Maybe it was just me but it seemed that trains got less frequent on our part of the central line about 18 months ago… I seemed to have to wait 5 or 10 minutes for a train a lot more than before.

  2. For me it is worse. I have seen no improvement in the morning (between 7:20 and 7:40) – if anything the trains are busier!

    I worry because the wife is approaching 8 months pregnant and the Central Line commuters are not the most observant…

    Normally I will goto Oxford Circus and change to the Victoria line to get to Victoria, this morning however it was so full (7:40) I changed at Mile End and took the slower District Line journey, with a seat..

    Maybe the ‘Extra Trains’ are all on the Snaresbrook branch??

  3. am i right in thinking the trains are quieter these days from the Snaresbrook line? when staying locally they seem less noisy than previously

  4. Central Line is as slow as ever, constant stopping due to red signals or being held to regulate service. There are just not enough trains between 08.30 and 09.30 for the number of people travelling. It is even worse between 18.00 and 19.00, TFL need to improve the rush hour service otherwise reduce the fares. £1744 for 4 zones is NOT VALUE FOR MONEY…..

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