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.
The transport network was put to the ultimate test. Indeed, the Government had warned to expect queues and disruption. So, how did it go?
How did the South East cope, as commuters and Olympic fans headed for London?
The regions busiest station was coping this morning - just - with thousands of extra passenger going to the Olympics.