Commuting in London is bad. Did you know it was this bad?

Commuting in London is bad. Did you know it was this bad?

Every morning I used to jump on a train and head into London. I hated it. Standing in a hot, swaying carriage, shuffling towards an exit, constantly bumping into other people. Not my ideal way to start the day.

In just three short hours, nearly a million people journey into London on trains that are cramped and overcrowded. Using data from the Department for Transport and Office for National Statistics, I found out just how focused our morning commutes are.

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