Commuters from Kent and Sussex are facing five years of delays and disruption on the railways. Network Rail is spending £5 billion on revamping London Bridge station - its most ambitious construction project ever. Fred and Sangeeta link to our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse.
Robin Gisby, Network Rail’s managing director of network operations, said: “We’re transforming one of London’s busiest stations.
"While we work, London Bridge will remain open for the thousands of people who use it every day and we are working closely with the train operating companies which serve London Bridge to keep passengers informed.
“Once complete London Bridge will unlock the full benefits of the Thameslink programme and increase capacity through central London.”
Thousands of rail passengers from Sussex and Kent are to face disruption, as work gets underway to renovate London Bridge.
It is part of the £ billion Thameslink project and the work will last five years. Southern Trains will not call at the station this weekend as the work gets underway.