By James Robinson for MailOnline
Published: 08:27 BST, 7 September 2020 | Updated: 08:43 BST, 7 September 2020
Commuters have slammed transport bosses over cancelled trains and lack of social distancing on London buses as employees head to work in Monday morning's rush hour.
One train passenger has hit out at South Eastern for cancelling trains, as another made claims of overcrowding on a Transport for London bus.
It comes as commuters stream back to their place of work following the coronavirus lockdown, with road data today showing how rush hour traffic has now reached near-pre-Covid levels.
One Twitter user, who tweeted a picture of a crowded train carriage today, said: 'You can start by asking South Eastern to service their trains before Monday's rush hour as they keep cancelling trains causing congestion on trains.'
Another, Dilasha Patel, who tweeted a picture from a London bus, said: 'Maybe ask Sadiq Khan why Transport for London buses are not following maximum capacity.
'For two mornings I've had 20 people on a 14 capacity bus. I'm leaving for work 40 minutes earlier today even though I get there 20 minutes before I start anyway!'
Commuters have slammed transport bosses over cancelled trains and lack of social distancing on London buses as employees head to work in Monday morning's rush hour. Picutred: Commuters arrive at Waterloo