London Overground carries millionth passenger
The new London Overground link from Clapham Junction carried 1m people within it's first month of opening.
January 10 marked the new link from Clapham Junction to Surrey Quays carrying its millionth passenger.
It is the first orbital railway to open in the capital in 128 years and was opened by Boris Johnson and Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin on December 9.
A Transport for London (TfL) report has found it was the most punctual rail service in the UK during 2012.
Howard Smith, chief operating officer for rail, said: "The popularity of the new service across South London is as we expected given that it connects the major interchange of Clapham Junction in the west with the developing area of East London.
"Demand has been growing steadily since it opened as the new service offers a faster and more comfortable journey option to increasing numbers of Londoners."
The service stops at Wandsworth Road, Clapham High Street, Denmark Hill, Peckham Rye and Queens Road Peckham.
A journey from the station to Surrey Quays takes about 24 minutes, while the connection to Canada Water and the Jubilee line takes 28 minutes.