wjfox2004 wrote:It's not a case of 'upgrading' the system - it's that in future it will be a condition of new/renewed overground rail franchises that Oyster equipment be installed at stations in Greater London.The Oystercard system is being upgraded next year to cover overland trains apparently.
deek wrote:Makes no sense at all, does it?
Paul wrote:Joined-up Thinking? I believe not. [....] I bought an Oyster Card to make things easier on the very rare occasions when I use the public transport system. Confounded again. Oh well, back to the SUV and the bike.
paul temperton wrote:With all due respect this is a terribly silly remark. Up to now the Oyster propaganda has made it clear that there are only a few overground rail services on which you could use Oyster prepay, and the leaflet spells out which ones they are, as James reports above.
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