Commuter trains into London busy this morning, but queue barriers are empty at St Pancras...
Travellers from the South East join commuters on the first weekday of the 2012 Olympics. A quiet morning but rail bosses say things may get a lot busier later in the week.
Ebbsfleet station in Kent busier than usual already this morning as commuters are joined by Olympic ticket-holders.
More marshalls are on hand and Olympic greeters too. But everything is calm and ordered. Staff say they expect the traffic to be busier on days when the track and field programme begins at the Olympic stadium.
Lanes reserved for Games Family traffic only, no right turn and no left turn on Roads around central and many other parts in London. Mobile messaging signs show if lanes are only for official Games Family vehicles or if regular traffic can use them too. Some bus lanes can now be used by all traffic
Today will be the big test for the region's rail network as up to one million people, going to the Olympics, mix with regular commuters. Train operators Southeastern and Thameslink have issued an urgent warning for people to avoid London Bridge.