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Archive for December, 2018

2019 Fare Tables

We have today published our fare tables with the 2019 details. The caps and travelcards page has also been updated for next year. All pages can be found on the Fares Guide page. I am waiting on the zonal range data from TfL before being able to provide access to the fare finder for next year.

Bank (Walbrook) to Cannon Street OSIs

Now that the new entrance to Bank Station, within the Bloomberg building on Walbrook, has opened, TfL have added a new OSI between Bank and Cannon Street LU.  The OSI still works with any entrance to Bank station, but the Walbrook exit is far and away the nearest.  This entrance takes you down to the Waterloo and City line platforms and has access to the rest of the station from there.

The details have been added to my OSI list, and to the map page for Bank to Cannon Street.

Oyster Weekly Capping for Bus/Tram

The first stage of weekly capping on Oyster cards is almost here. From next Monday, 17th December, bus and tram fares will count towards a weekly as well as a daily cap. Just like contactless the weekly cap will apply to journeys made between Monday and Sunday. If you reach the bus and tram cap every day this means that on the 5th day you will be charged less as you will have reached the weekly bus and tram pass price, the same as the weekly cap.

Note: This only applies to blue adult Oyster cards. Concessions should continue to buy the weekly bus and tram pass to take advantage of the discounted rates.

At the moment rail fares (inc tube and dlr) will still only cap on a daily basis on Oyster. TfL hope to roll out the next stage in the spring of 2019.

The bus weekly capping was supposed to have started today, 10th October, but the problems caused by the recent O2 network outtage have necessitated a short delay.