I'm going to have to log a complaint to TfL, what are the chances of them listening or will they simply ignore me? Are the issues I'm about to raise due to funding cuts? On Monday I was using the K3 bus route, a route with 16 minute frequency, at a point where there would be a 30 minute walk to another TfL bus route. After 15 minutes two buses turned up. This was around 8.55. Had I arrived 30 minutes earlier I'd have been OK. On Wednesday I was 30 minutes earlier and I had to wait 15 minutes for again two buses to show up. The only app I use only showed one bus but further along the route it showed it as being two. I tweeted @TfLbusalerts yesterday and they said there was a burst water mains and works due to complete on Friday. Today I was there around the same time as Monday. Bus due at 8.55 but that then vanished. I asked @TfLBusAlerts who said they were having radio problems. I decided to wait. Then I decided to start walking as the times kept changing or disappearing. Eventuallt a bus went passed and I ran for it. I got on. The driver said buses were o diversion dud to roadworks. So I went onto the TfL Web Site today and it says no reported disruptions. That is clearly false so I think a complaint is in order. What do others think? If they want to encourage bus usage this isn't the way to do it. An hours walk would have been faster today, assuming I didn't stop to take photographs on route. Apparently the works are on going until further notice as I skated the bus driver when we finally arrived.