As the Bakerloo line looks set to roll down to the deepest corners of south-east London, News Shopper has asked some more residents about the prospect.
Interviewing in Hayes yesterday (Augu 5), two full-time mums, a Liverpool Street commuter, and a 18-year-old on his gap year, all seem positive about the idea...
With children Heidi, 11, Frankie, 9, and Saffron, 6
Admin assistant Amy Watmore, 33, of East Way, Hayes, said: "It’s definitely a good idea, I’d use it and it’d be good for the children in the future.
"We go up to London a lot and my husband sometimes commutes. I think it would be a good service.
"It would ease congestion and save time. North London has better transport links – Hayes is lovely and a Tube would improve things."
Full-time mum Sarah McCausland, 29, from West Wickham High Street, said: "I would support it as it’d help everyone going into London.
"I think it’s worth the money. It’s a long way into London and can take a while – it might make access easier. It’d definitely make life easier."
Barry Bathe, 59, who works for a law firm in Liverpool Street and lives in Branston Crescent, Petts Wood, said: "It’s a brilliant idea. I think it’s worth the money – however much it costs.
"I’ve been commuting for over 40 years. It’s only going to get worse.
"I would like to see it happen. What I don’t think is so good is HS2."
Gap year school leaver Dru Johnson, 18, from Bromley Common, Bromley, said: "I think it could be a good thing. I think it might make things easier – definitely getting around the borough.
"But I don’t think it would make a difference getting into London really – the overground service from Bromley is fine. Although I never get a seat so it might be good for that."
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