On Monday, October 13th - the first day of South Eastern's new franchise - BBC Radio Kent will have presenters and reporters at train stations in Kent and London,
and during one day of ambitious broadcasting they will be debating how train services might be improved.
They will also scrutinise some of the key pledges made by South Eastern as they take control of our trains for another four years.
These include better customer service, passenger information and a better high-speed service.
BEFORE ALL THAT, they want to know what you think of local train services.
Either look out for the BBC Bus and tell me what you think, or catch our reporter Danny Rhodes, who'll be on the platforms starting at Dartford.
They will gather all your comments, and put your questions to South Eastern's new Managing Director, David Statham, on October the 13th.
Where will the Bus be?
MONDAY SEP 29TH:
TUESDAY SEP 30TH:
WEDNESDAY OCT 1ST:EBBSFLEET INTERNATIONAL
THURSDAY OCT 2ND:STAPLEHURST STATION
FRIDAY OCT 3RD:BROADSTAIRS STATION