Time to give that brain its first real workout of 2018.
Exclusive data from the British Transport Police indicates there has been an increase in reports of sexual assault on the London underground.
*** STAND BACK QUIZ APPROACHING ***
The steps on the escalator will collapse and you’ll fall in, and be ground to a pulp by the mechanics.
Do you know your Baker Street from your Blackfriars?
As annoying as the Northern line in the morning.
Mind the gap.
TL;DR: It was designed 150 years ago for steam trains.
Pray you don't run into the screaming woman of King's Cross.
Our trains are never on time, but at least they're entertaining.
Is it Marylebone or Maryleborne?
Please mind the gap (in your knowledge).
GD LCK, PPL!
Have you been paying attention on your way to work?
This is a Jubilee line train, stopping at all stations via headaches and confusion.
Is there anything more British than someone joining a 500-metre-long bus queue?
It's all a part of her feminist book club, y'all.
Are you more of a Sadiq Khan or Sadiq Khan't?
We spent a night on the London underground to speak to passengers using the new 24-hour service.
~Get in the zone~.
Transport for London data, stretching back over a decade, shows thousands of trains have been delayed because of brake defects.
Stopping at all stations via disappointment and self loathing.
“We are sorry to announce that this service terminates here," Phil Sayer's wife wrote on Facebook.
Arrests for sex assaults committed on the London underground fell last year, despite a surge in reports of attacks and a high-profile police campaign to stamp them out.
Don't worry, this is a drill.
Why should the Queen get a line named after her when we don't?
There has been a steady rise in reports of groping, flashing, and assault on the London underground. Use our interactive tools to find out how safe your journey is.
More difficult and soul destroying than trying to change lines at Bank during rush hour.
I'm very, very sorry.
Stopping at all stations via self loathing.
On his way to Chelsea?
The next station is Pure Happiness. Please mind the gap between the train and the platform edge.
This quiz terminates at Morden via Bank.
The north/south London divide is very, very real.
Listen up, TfL. We need these badges ASAP.
May the odds that you survive rush hour be ever in your favour.
"You accusing me of giving my dog prosecco?"
Please mind the gap. And close your legs while you're at it.
This will change the way you think about transport in London. Via CityMetric.
Documenting the daily life of Londoners underground.
Stand on the right side of the escalator.
News of the proposed industrial action comes days after a previous strike brought the London underground to a standstill.
Hint: number four is not "Showertoilet".
WHAT THE F*CK IS NUMBER 12?!
It's not the money.
It's not a proper tube strike until people start tweeting about their walks to the office.
Some commuters were quoted "surge" prices at almost three times the normal rate.
You haven't lived unless you've seen someone take a dump on the Central Line.
No services will run on the London underground for 24 hours. First Great Western rail staff are also set to go on strike.
This might be the nerdiest London quiz you'll ever take. Tip: think about the colours.