London Underground has unveiled how its next generation of “passenger-less” trains will look.
Images of the new tube trains, which will feature air conditioning, walk-through carriages and wider doors, were unveiled today.
TfL announced that “they would have drivers, but no passengers.”
“The next round of fare increases will mean that this form of transport will be completely out of the reach of ordinary commuters,” a spokesperson told us, “With a peak time return ticket from Finsbury Park to Oxford Circus costing something in the region of £550.”
TfL told the Daily Chronicle, “Passenger-less trains will allow services to become faster, more frequent and more reliable, as the transportation of customers does tend to slow down the service.”