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The Oyster card is a payment method for public transport in London (and certain areas around it) in the United Kingdom.Which London stations accept Oyster cards and contactless payments?
Transport for London. 12 November 2007. ^ "Gatwick and Surrey stations to accept Oyster cards and contactless payments". Retrieved 27 May 2018. ^ Rusk, Connie (11 November 2015).Can I use my Oyster card for single fares?
Adult single fares. Cash is no longer accepted on London's buses and trams and, in order to encourage passengers to use Oyster or contactless, cash fares for tubes and trains are generally much more expensive than PAYG fares. A contactless debit or credit card can be used in place of an Oyster card at the same fare.Does TfL sell Oyster?
In 2016, TfL licensed their contactless payment system to Cubic, the original developers of the Oyster card, allowing the technology to be sold to other transport providers worldwide. In 2017, licensing deals were signed with New York City, New South Wales and Boston.