Oyster card users are paying more than those using contactless bank cards
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Oyster card 'not cheapest way to travel' in London

If you pay for your travel with an Oyster card, it could cost you up to £100 a week more than using your contactless bank card.

Transport bosses have been forced to admit the flaw in the system following research by Labour members of the London Assembly, who found the weekly cap commuters are supposed to be given automatically, only applies to contactless bank cards.

BBC London's Marc Ashdown spoke to Labour London Assembly member Val Shawcross and Shashi Verma from Transport for London.

  • 07 Nov 2014