Boris Johnson will continue his flaghip vendetta against bendy buses today as the 521 route is converted to standard single deckers.
Converting this route will add an additional 12% tendering cost and will deprive passengers of 231 seats an hour.
So that's £351,103 extra a year, in order to make the service significantly worse for pasengers.
So why is he doing it. Are the buses unpopular?
Well they are according to the East London Advertiser and a hundred other Flat Earth News accounts.
But has anyone actually asked the people who use them?
Well the London Paper did and found that passengers on the 507 route overwhelmingly wanted them back.
In fact TfL's own consultation found that the majority of respondents were against losing bendy buses in the first place.
TfL have also admitted that there will be no decrease in congestion on those routes.
Even Boris's claim that "many cyclists [are] killed every year by them," has been disproven, with official figures showing that no cyclists have ever been killed by the buses.
But they continue to be removed, on the word of just two men (Boris and Gilligan) who never actually use them.
The full effect of this bizarre vendetta will only be felt once kids return to school.
But so far it has meant more crowded buses, with less space for buggies, and a greater overall cost to you and me.
It's a weird policy, but it was a promise that Boris made in his manifesto.
And for whatever reason, this is one promise that he has committed to keep.