Passengers of the London Underground were confused by the new layout at the Kings Cross station. Experimental layout at one of the busiest stations in central London was put on to facilitate movement on overloaded platform during rush hour. The inscription alongside the escalators asks passengers to avoid green-marked areas and wait for the train to arrive at the sections without color marking.
The experimental version of the layout was done on July 29 and currently covers only two thirds of the platform, the rest will be completed in the near future. Unfortunately, most of the passengers simply ignored the layout, but some noted that the idea is not bad, however, the choice of color, in their opinion, was unsuccessful. It would be more logical to make the markings red or yellow. Now, many passengers think that the green color, on the contrary, indicates the place where you need to stand.