OK, I’ll come clean, I had forgotten about this. In part 1 I explained how difficult it must have been to get agreement between the various companies involved. I’m now going to express my frustration in trying to get information. For both the Epsom and Hertford North extensions TfL pass pretty much every query over to GTR. This includes infrastructure questions like will gates at a station operate with a particular travelcard loaded on an Oyster card. Now to me the answer is either yes or no, and I’m sure someone at TfL can confirm that. It’s not breaking any confidentiality because it’s confirming what will actually happen in a technical scenario. With Epsom it’s even worse because while GTR lead the project, the fares are set by SWR. So, rant over, on with the story.
My Easter present to you all is the addition of daily caps to the results returned on my fare finder. To access that just click on the yellow button at the top of every page of the site. Or, particularly if you are on a mobile phone, you can see a standalone version at https://oysterfares.com/off. … Read more
After way too many years I have finally got round to updating the journey history page. The heading now includes queries as that is TfL’s prefered method of contact when querying a contactless journey. A series of screen shots explains how to get to the form to do this.
In my earlier post I looked briefly at some of the single fares and caps for the new Oyster extension to Hertford North. This time I’m going to explore the number of options for travelcard season tickets from the town of Hertford itself.
The latest Oyster and contactess extension started today and brings Cuffley, Bayford and Hertford North into the Oyster system. Cuffley is in zone 9 while Bayford and Hertford North are in the same pseudo zone as the Broxbourne to Hertford East line. Fares to London Terminals will be cheaper than currently, and holders of zip … Read more