Are they stopping Oyster card?

Are they stopping Oyster card?

Trainline company c2c has announced that Oyster cards and products will no longer be available from their ticket offices from the end of March. Transport for London (TfL) are encouraging contactless travel, meaning they no longer wish to support the Oyster ticket retailing system used by c2c ticket offices.

Is the 60+ Oyster card being phased out?

The plans will see the concession cut entirely in approximately 12 years. Full details have not yet been announced and all current 60+ Oyster Card holders will still be able to use their card until they turn 66 when they become eligible for a Freedom Pass.

Why has my contactless card stopped working?

There are several reasons your contactless card is not working, and the most obvious of these is that there are insufficient funds in your account or you’ve reached your daily spending limit. Alternatively, you might simply be required to enter your Chip&PIN for safety reasons.

Can I still use my Oyster card in London?

Oyster cards You can pay as you go to travel on bus, Tube, tram, DLR, London Overground, most Elizabeth line, Emirates Air Line and Thames Clippers River Bus services. You can also travel on most National Rail services in London and some outside London. You can also add: Travelcard.

Are Oyster cards still valid 2021?

From Monday 27 September 2021, your Oyster card will automatically cap at the weekly Travelcard fare (this is already available on a contactless card). The cap starts on Monday and ends Sunday, so it mainly benefits Londoners or those working in London.

Are London Freedom passes being stopped?

We have now sent out all renewal passes to those we believe are still eligible for the Older Person’s Freedom Pass who held a 31 March 2022 expiry pass. We automatically renewed passes for Older Persons pass holders, who from our residency checks, were still living at the same address as shown on our records.

Is TfL phasing out Oyster?

“There will always be customers, such as children or those who need to manage their finances more carefully, who will benefit from the card.” However, TfL has no plans phase the Oyster card out.