Have you had to struggle with the shortage of trains?
Commuters looking to catch the Piccadilly line faced more rush hour chaos this morning due to a “shortage of trains”.
Tube trains between Acton Town and Uxbridge were cancelled.
Severe delays also hit the rest of the line which is the fourth busiest on the Tube, passengers were left with the struggle of getting to work.
During the week, many passengers faced misery because of the lack of trains. Commuters faced more difficulties Thursday night trying to get home.
One commuter tole the Standard that the driver of his Tube said 40 out of the line’s 79 trains were out of service.
Many passengers took to Twitter to express their anger over the trains.
Is @piccadillyline the new #southernfailNo trains…what next, no drivers ?
— LV (@leevaughan) November 25, 2016
Well done @piccadillyline! Another day and another shortage of trains! Where does my money go! Poor service!!! Sort it out!!!!
— Michael Hellyer (@MichaelHellyer) November 25, 2016
@piccadillyline what a joke. This line has been a total embarrassment for the last two weeks. I pay for a zone 4 travel card I can’t use!
— Elliott Rush (@Elliott_Rush) November 25, 2016
Transport for London kept commuters updated on the Piccadilly Line through its Twitter account.
No service btn Acton Town & Uxbridge- shortage of trains. Minor delays on rest. Journeys btn Rayners Lane & Uxbridge pls use Met line.
— Piccadilly line (@piccadillyline) November 25, 2016
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