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TFL Introduces Contactless Payment

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TFL are introducing contactless payment; this will initially be available on any of London’s 8,500 buses.*Contacless payment

If you have a contactless debit, credit or charge card, you can now use this to pay for a single bus journey by touching in on the yellow card reader. So if you run out of credit on your Oyster card or normally pay cash, you may find this a useful alternative. The fare will be the same as a single Oyster fare, although Oyster daily price capping does not currently apply.

If you have more than one card that is now accepted on London’s buses (for example an Oyster card and a contactless payment card), please choose which card you intend to pay with, and touch it separately on the yellow reader. If you present two cards together, the reader will normally reject them both, but there is a small possibility of payment being taken from a card which you did not intend to use.

For more information, please visit tfl.gov.uk/contactless

*Contactless payment will not be available on the Heritage Routemaster buses that run on some parts of routes 9 and 15 and there will be no transfer discount between Bus Feeder routes T31, T32, T33, 130 and 314 and trams

http://info.tfl.gov.uk/public/read_message.jsp;jsessionid=0;apw16?sigreq=-932044544

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