'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
12 September 2016
Arriva takeover 'could push up rail fares'
Arriva's control of rail services in northern England has stifled competition and could push up fares, the CMA warns
9 September 2016
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
8 August 2016
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
13 November 2015
Contactless payments scheme launches on the London Underground
From today millions of people will be able to travel on the London Underground using contactless payment cards
16 September 2014
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
4 July 2014
London buses to stop taking cash this summer
London bus passengers will need to use an Oyster smartcard or contactless credit or debit card from this summer
3 February 2014
London bus and Tube users face 3.1% fares hike
London's bus and Tube fares will rise by 3.1% on average next month, but some travellers will be hit by steeper hikes
3 December 2013
UK storm: Know your insurance and travel rights with damage and delays widespread
Here are you rights if you've been delayed or had property damaged by by the storm
28 October 2013
London buses may stop taking cash next year
If you're planning to visit London and want to take a bus, you may find you need to use a card from next year
2 September 2013
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