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Compensation to be made compulsory for train delays of over 15 minutes

The DfT has unveiled its 'Delay Repay 15' scheme that'll pay compensation for delays of more than 15 minutes

'Hopper fare' makes millions of London bus journeys free

London commuters and visitors can hop on two buses for the price of one for journeys within an hour from today

Have you got an unused Oyster card lying around? You can claim part of £223m if so

Transport for London is now sitting on £223m in unused Oyster card credit, its latest figures have revealed

London Tube and bus fares to rise by 1%

Tube and bus fares in London will rise by 1% on average from 2 January 2016

'Apple Pay' launches today: Should you use it?

Users of certain Apple devices can now pay for goods at some UK retailers by using their handset or watch

TfL to tackle bogus congestion charge websites

Congestion charges payments made by unofficial copycat websites can now be refused by TfL

Tube fares to rise 2.5% next year, but daily usage caps will fall

Tube fares will increase by slightly less next year than they did this year, but the daily cap for PAYG users will fall

Contactless payments coming to London's Tube in September

You'll be able to use contactless payments on London's Tube system from 16 September, Transport for London's confirmed

No more cash fares on London buses from Sunday

You'll need an Oyster card or contactless card to travel on London's buses from Sunday as cash fares are being axed

Got a London Oyster card you don't use? Get your share of £124m back

Oyster card customers can reclaim both their pay-as-you-go balance and their deposit from Transport for London

Extra cash to tackle copycat Government websites

Extra funding is being given to crackdown on misleading websites that try and palm themselves off as government services

Google axes ads for London congestion charge copycats

Google has removed ads linking to unofficial London congestion charge sites after motorists were stung by extra charges

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