Unfit For The Future

Submitted by Tubeworker on Wed, 12/23/2015 - 23:15

As staff on the east of the Central Line prepare to be guinea pigs in the “Fit for the Future” experiment, Tubeworker learns that two stations (Woodford and South Woodford) will have fewer ticket machines.

The multi-fare machines on the westbound side of both stations are being removed and taken to central London stations that are struggling to cope since the closure of their ticket offices.

This means that passengers who want to pay with a note will have to cross to the eastbound ticket hall.

Hardly a world-class service!

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