Commuter hell continues as Thameslink introduces a reduced timetable following cancellations and delays.

It’s another day, which means another round of delays for those travelling to work by train, but it’s ok, Thameslink has a solution.

160 of the 3,600 daily Thameslink services have been removed from the network to make for a “more consistent timetable” a spokesman has revealed.

The Prime Minister's official spokesman said: "We have tremendous sympathy with everyone who has had their rail journey delayed or disrupted.

"What we have seen has been totally unacceptable."

The struggling franchise was in conflict with the public last week when trains ‘disappeared’ from information screens and phone apps.

This of course caused backlash as people expressed their disappointment at the lack of communication between staff and commuters.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan said on Friday that disruption to GTR services is damaging the "international reputation" of the capital and said the firm should be stripped of its franchise.

Thameslink said it is "very sorry for the significant disruption" and is "working with industry colleagues to introduce further changes that will progressively deliver improvement".

Mr Grayling has said he is in regular discussions with train operators, adding that the new timetable will ultimately deliver hundreds more services.

A petition was launched last week in a bid to see Thameslink’s contract immediately removed and has so far received 15,000 signatures.

So… has this new, new reduced timetable fixed the chaos of the last two weeks? Let us know in the comments below or on Facebook.