Thames Cable car 'must boost commuter numbers'

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There have been calls to allow passengers on the Thames cable car to use travelcards in order to attract regular commuters.

Figures from Transport for London (TfL) show regular commuters account for one in every 10,000 journeys made on the service, which cost £60m to build, since the Olympics.

TfL said it was early days and it remained optimistic commuter numbers would increase.

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