Feedback is welcome. Signals again!!!!!!!
THESE SIGNALS WORK FINE. FUNNY YOU DONT SEE THIS WHEN THEY BREAK DOWN DO YOU ??? IT WOULD KEEP THE SERVICE RUNNING
"The London Underground wasn't built yesterday, just so you know.I'd like to see you try and keep the signals (a lot of which are probably older than you are) running. It's not just a changing a light bulb - points, train stops and all the other bits and pieces that come together to make 'The Signals' need to be safe before we let you lot loose on it. But enough about that.There is still morale on the combine, it's just not as visible as it used to be. It's a mixture of staff being annoyed with the attitudes of customers having changed (believe it or not, you lot actually used to be polite at some stage), as well as the attitudes of those higher up the chain. Many of the older, more senior workers still have their sense of duty, but I guess you'd rather concentrate on all the negative aspects.Who was there for the masses when the bombs first went off in London? The staff were. "
Thanks for that Tony and I agree with most of what you say. Especially the signals being older than me (im only 7 1/2). I also agree that some of the older staff do seem to be caring and have some pride and sense of duty. However it indicates that training a discipline these days are not what they were as I experience rudeness, ignorance and a not my fault attitude on many occasions. I realise that the staff are not personally to blame but when the inconvenience caused by whatever it may be is so severe then the staff are bound to feel the ire of paying customers as they are the front line. I think it would be a good idea to have a hotline to TFL senior management and that of the operator/owners but the queue for it would be down every steet in London. What we object to is declining service and customer facing staff and paying more for less than any other similar system in the world.
The main reason it seems for the problems are signals and have been for at least 7 years since I returned to live in London so why are they getting worse when this is a known problem.
I would appreciate it if someone could tell me the name of the person in charge of the signals that is the most senior person in whichever organsation is responsible for them.