Transport for London' have now published their most recent customer satisfaction survey. Here's a summary of what it found.
Docklands Light Railway. Passengers on the DLR were far and above the most satisfied, giving it an overall rating of 92 per cent. Boris has delayed any further expansion to Dagenham Dock.
Dial-a-Ride. People using London's assisted travel scheme were the next most satisfied, rating the service at 88 per cent. Not everyone in London seems to agree with that.
River Services. Andrew Gilligan's only means of travel is next up scoring an impressive 87 per cent. Tory Assembly members love it and Boris agrees. He now plans to Oysterise it.
Croydon Trams. Trams remain popular with Londoners scoring a respectable 86 per cent. Again, Boris has abandoned another planned expansion.
Taxis. London's cabs are also relatively popular at 85 per cent. More action of the kind we saw this week probably won't help that much.
London Minicabs. Private hire vehicles are creeping up behind them on 81 per cent. Boris has now given them a seat on the Tfl board.
London Buses. Of the big three, buses still marginally come out on top, maintaining an 80 per cent satisfaction rating. How will Boris's policies affect that?
London Underground. Some people love it, but many others avoid it all costs, putting the satisfaction rating at just 79 per cent.
London Overground. Last and definitely least is London Overground which continues to frustrate us at just 72 per cent. Will Boris's (non) emergency summit do much to help?
So are you satisfied? Does this tally with your own experience of London Transport and is Boris right to prioritise the areas that he has? What do you think?