Not all Tube staff sharing TfL's 'world class vision'?
Photo taken at Canary Wharf station
This picture (taken by @briwebb) shows you how disgruntled some staff are on London Underground about the reductions in ticket office opening hours. Not surprising perhaps.
Remember this is why we had four 24 hour tube strikes and there had been talk about 72 hour strikes over this very issue.
So far though there have been stern words from both the RMT and TSSA unions but no definite indication on what or if they're going to take any more action.
Does that mean this issue is over?
Or, as is probably more likely, are the transport unions planning their next move considering more job losses are bound to be tied up with the next efficiency review called "Project Horizon"?
(Somewhat grand name agreed - I also looked it up - the first Project Horizon in 1959 was a US plan to put a military base on the moon)
On the Tube network, I have been told about barriers having to be left open at some stations due to a lack of staff.
But what has your experience been like so far on the Tube with these new reduced ticket office opening hours?
Let me know, good or bad...
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