ITV News has been given an exclusive look at the final design of the new generation InterCity trains soon to take to the tracks in the capital.
The bullet-style trains will run on the East Coast and Great Western lines between London and Glasgow. The upgrade is costing nearly six billion pounds and it's hoped it will reduce overcrowding on the network.
These were the overall satisfaction scores by company, and how London's rail services compare with the rest of the country:
- Merseyrail: 70%
- Chiltern: 69%
- c2c: 67%
- Virgin Trains: 64%
- East Coast: 59%
- London Overground: 58%
- ScotRail: 56%
- CrossCountry: 52%
- East Midlands Trains: 50%
- First TransPennine Express: 48%
- Arriva Trains Wales: 48%
- London Midland: 47%
- Southern: 46%
- Northern: 46%
- First Great Western: 45%
- South West Trains: 45%
- First Capital Connect: 41%
- Greater Anglia: 40%
- Southeastern: 40%
Passenger satisfaction levels have dipped below 50% for the majority of train companies, according to a Which? For two companies - Greater Anglia and Southeastern - the satisfaction score was only 40%.
The overall scores were based on satisfaction with a company and the likelihood of customers recommending the company. On average, those surveyed had travelled by train 32 times in the previous 12 months.
Delays at London Paddington train station have now been cleared, following two days of disruption.
Services to Heathrow Airport were suspended and other services were cancelled on Thursday after two fires caused signalling problems.
Trains are now running normally to and from the station.