Jun 03 2014

London Buses – Cash Not Accepted from July 6, 2014

Oyster-card-150x150Transport for London have announced that with effect from July 6, 2014, all London buses are going cash free, meaning passengers will no longer be able to use cash to pay their bus fare.

Passengers will need to have an Oyster or contactless payment card to pay as they go.

A single pay-as-you-go fare is £1.45, regardless of the length of journey.

If you don’t have enough credit on your Oyster card or your Oyster Bus & Tram Pass or Oyster Travelcard has just expired, you can now make one more journey on a bus. You must then top up before you can use your Oyster card again.

For more information please visit tfl.gov.uk/waystopay



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  1. j p hobbs

    If your bus pulls up at Harrow and Wealdstone Station make sure you get off very quickly or you may get a PCN from Harrows stealth camera hidden about two hundred metres down the road , this camera pays for your incompetent politicians to enjoy the riches of their stealth . . 1700 got caught in one year, Still not one politician or local newspaper has taken this up , may I suggest corruption ?

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