Fewer commuters used the Tube network during this morning’s rush but some were openly critical of Transport for London’s handling of the coronavirus crisis.
TfL said the number of passengers travelling dropped a further 13% compared to yesterday and bus use was down 8%.
That represents a drop of 92% on this time last year.
Passengers used Twitter to call for more trains and more help from TfL staff to manage social distancing.
Mayor Sadiq Khan defended TfL, saying one in three workers were sick or self-isolating and the organisation was unable to run more trains.
Rail operator GTR is suspending the Gatwick Express from Monday because fewer passengers are using the airport.
The firm said the move would free up staff to work on Great Northern, Southern and Thameslink trains.