Travel news. Dear traveler, this is to let you know that you can now use contactless payment cards to travel on the Tube, tram, DLR, London Overground and most National Rail services in London, as well as on buses. Contactless payment cards have the symbol shown in the image of this email; your bank may have already issued you with one of these.

When using Contactless payment cards you will be charged an adult-rate pay as you go fare, the same as Oyster. There is no need to top-up. Please always touch in and out as you would with an Oyster card.

Photo courtesy www.emta.com

Photo courtesy www.emta.com

Daily and Monday to Sunday fare capping automatically works out the best value for contactless travel based on when and how you use it. You will need to use the same contactless payment card for all your journeys.

To see your contactless journey and payment history, as well as to apply for refunds, please add your contactless payment card to your online account. For more details, including how to set this up, visit tfl.gov.uk/contactless

Yours sincerely,
Shashi Verma
Director of Customer Experience

Please note that keeping your contactless payment card in your wallet or purse with other cards could cause card clash.

For more details, please click hereTerms and conditions apply. See tfl.gov.uk/contactless for more information.

Dear Mr Roberts,

I am writing to let you know that you can now use contactless payment cards to travel on the Tube, tram, DLR, London Overground and most National Rail services in London, as well as on buses. Contactless payment cards have the symbol shown in the image of this email; your bank may have already issued you with one of these.

When using Contactless payment cards you will be charged an adult-rate pay as you go fare, the same as Oyster. There is no need to top-up. Please always touch in and out as you would with an Oyster card.

Daily and Monday to Sunday fare capping automatically works out the best value for contactless travel based on when and how you use it. You will need to use the same contactless payment card for all your journeys.

To see your contactless journey and payment history, as well as to apply for refunds, please add your contactless payment card to your online account. For more details, including how to set this up, visit tfl.gov.uk/contactless

Yours sincerely,

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Shashi Verma
Director of Customer Experience

Please note that keeping your contactless payment card in your wallet or purse with other cards could cause card clash. For more details, please click here

Terms and conditions apply. See tfl.gov.uk/contactless for more information.