Travelling after terrorism
We all found the terror attacks on London horrific, but how many will actually change their travel habits because of it? We set to find out.
Ellouise, 16, Croydon It's weird when you do use public transport now because you're always thinking could that person be a threat? I noticed everyone is more observant and aware of what's around them now than they were before this happened.
Vanessa, 21, London I'm still up for using it mainly because I have to. What happened is tragic and I am a little bit nervous now, but you just have to get on with it.
Jay, 16, Barnsbury What happened is annoying because it delayed all public transport in general. On the day it happened, I had to walk from Angel to Finsbury Park. It hasn't scared me because everything happens for a reason and you can't control it.
Kelly, 18 I've only been living in London for the past few months. I am a bit wary but apart from that I haven't stopped using public transport. What happened was quite shocking but it won't stop me from using it to travel around London.
Jo, 26 I was a little bit apprehensive at first, because the number 30 is my bus. But I don't mind, I've actually been on it today. I think you've just got to crack on.
Koert, 21 I still feel quite safe because after it happened, everyone gets on with life; they still go to work, shopping etc. I think other commuters share the same feeling. There is always a risk factor whether it is the day before the attacks or after it. I never use the tube but I do use the bus to go to work and I haven't stopped.
Andrew, 22 I'm absolutely fine, no problem. On the night of the attack, I did use the bus. There's nothing that bothers me about it because I hardly use the tube so it's a low chance that it could happen to me. You can't hide at home; you just have to get on with life.
Alex, 19 I don't really use public transport anyway, but it has put me off now.
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