How much does a bus journey cost on Oyster?
Choose a Visitor Oyster card, an Oyster card, a Travelcard or a contactless payment card to pay your fare. A single London bus journey costs £1.55 no matter how far you go (unlike the Tube zone fare system). You can even take multiple buses within one hour at no extra charge thanks to the Hopper fare system.
Are buses free for 16+ Oyster?
The 16+ Oyster photocard offers free travel on buses and trams and half adult rate on other TfL services to those young Londoners studying a Level 3 course, apprenticeship or training course funded by the Young People’s Learning Agency and some courses funded by the Skills Funding Agency.
Can I buy an Oyster card in a shop?
You can get an Oyster card: At Oyster ticket stops in many newsagents in London. At all Tube, London Overground and most TfL Rail stations.
How much does an 18 Oyster card cost?
Schools, colleges and universities must register on the TfL Scheme so their students can apply for an 18+ Student Oyster photocard. The registration fee is £25 (non-refundable). If your location is outside London, but your students regularly commute from a London borough, you may be eligible to register.
What is the maximum daily charge for Oyster card?
London ticket prices Visitor Oyster card maximum daily cost for unlimited journeys for adults, after 9:30am Monday to Friday: Zones 1 and 2 – £7.40. Zones 1 to 4 – £10.60. Zones 1 to 6 – £13.50.
Does an 11 year old need an Oyster card?
Children under 11 travel free on most public transport services when accompanied by a fare-paying adult, or with a 5-10 Zip Oyster Photocard. Children aged 11 to 15 years old can get free or discounted travel with a Zip Oyster Photocard, or a Young Visitor discount.
How much does an Oyster card cost on a bus?
Adult Oyster card fares on the bus; Buses Single Daily cap Weekly cap; All zones £ 1.55 £ 4.65 £ 21.90
When did TfL stop using Oyster Day Travelcards?
Thankfully, TfL was able to provide us with a full history for certain fare types. Direct comparisons aren’t always easy — we had the introduction of Oyster and removal of bus zones in 2004, and withdrawal of day travelcards for zones 1-3, 1-5 and 2-6 in 2011, for example — and so many permutations.
Do you have to top up Oyster card to get Hopper fare?
The Hopper fare will still apply to any further bus and tram journeys made within one hour of first touching in. If your Oyster card has a negative balance after your first journey, the Hopper fare won’t apply. You’ll need to top up your card within one hour of touching in to be eligible.
How does an Oyster card work in London?
Oyster travelcards: Oyster travelcards work differently to pay-as-you-go cards because you don’t have to keep topping them up with credit. They simply cost you a one-off fee, and then they remain valid for a set period of time: either one day, one week, one month, or one year. Visit our travelcard page for more details.