Planned strikes by engineers on Southern Railway - due to start this weekend - have been suspended after a breakthrough in last minute talks, said the RMT union.
For months now commuters from the South have endured overcrowding, delays and timetable changes on trains into London Bridge.
It's all because of the multi-billion pound redevelopment of the station. And the work will last for another three years.
But how is it going so far? Luke Hanrahan has been given an exclusive look behind the scenes..
Tributes have been paid to a retired academic from Kent who was killed trying to save the life of a woman who'd fallen onto a railway track.
David Ashworth, who was 74, was killed by a train at Chartham yesterday after rushing to the woman's aid. Both were struck by a train, although the woman survived and is being treated in hospital. Nashreen Issa reports.
There are 'too many' serious near misses on the region's rail network that could have ended in disaster. That's the view of safety watchdogs, who say death and injury are being narrowly avoided too often.
The Rail Accident Investigation Branch say half of the most serious incidents over the past two years have been on the lines from our region into Paddington and Waterloo. Our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse has the details.
One in five trains on the lines to London Bridge and Victoria 'are still late' despite a new timetable that gave services more time to arrive and saw some from Brighton axed.
That is the claim from members of the London Assembly who questioned rail mangers, saying far too many services were still late. Southern said the situation had improved and two per cent more trains were now on time but admitted it was still struggling to meet punctuality targets.
More criticism is expected in a survey of passengers to be published by the official passenger watchdog Transport Focus later this month.
Problems are centred on London Bridge where the number of lines into the station have been reduced to allow for the station to be rebuilt as part of the £6.5 billion Thameslink project.
RMT workers are to stage a 24-hour and 48-hour strike next month after rejecting a new pay offer from Network Rail.
Members of the union at Network Rail will walk out for 24 hours from 5pm on 4 June and for 48 hours from the same time on 9 June.
The workers - including signallers and maintenance staff - will also ban any overtime between 6 - 12 June.
The industrial action is expected to cause widespread disruption to rail travel.
It is one of the worst examples ever caught on CCTV. It comes as new figures show thousands are putting themselves at risk.Read the full story ›
Passengers who make a genuine mistake with their train tickets will no longer be treated 'like criminals' as the Government prepares to overhaul the penalty fare system.
The group Passenger Focus - in a damning report - says that, for too long, over-zealous inspectors have unfairly penalised some people - and have even threatened them with criminal proceedings.
You can be fined £20 or twice the full single fare to the next stop - whichever is greater. The new plan urges train companies to be a bit more flexible.
Fred spoke to Jocelyn Pearson, from Passenger Focus, at Reading Station.
Rail passengers across the Thames Valley have faced misery today after a landslide blocked part of the line from Oxfordshire to the Midlands.
The landslide happened on Saturday afternoon near Harbury Tunnel in Warwickshire. The incident closed the line between Banbury and Leamington Spa.
It means services on the Chiltern Line - are seriously affected. Network Rail says it's still too dangerous to access the site as three hundred thousand tonnes of earth and rock is still moving. Callum Watkinson reports.
The interviewees are: Liam Sumpter from Network Rail; and Thomas Ableman from Chiltern Railways.