You've been telling us what you think about public transport in London, and the rising cost of getting around. Get involved in the debate by tweeting us @itvlondon or going to our Facebook page.
Julian Niblick Chiu And they say they want to encourage more people not to use their cars. The London congestion charge was understood to, to some degree, subsidise London public transport and to bring prices down. But that's not happened, has it?
Megan Barry I wouldn't mind paying it if the service was good, everything seems to be going up except the quality of the service!
Shirley Melbourne If you go to these other countries, you will see that their public transportation system is much better than ours too! Something needs to be done.
More than 20 Labour MPs signed a Commons motion condemning London public transport fares, urging mayor Boris Johnson to freeze increases next year. The motion says:
Transport for London has reported unbudgeted operational surpluses for the previous three years and is showing evidence of regularly under-anticipating fares income and overestimating other expenditures
(We) call on the mayor of London to use his discretion to freeze fares at RPI (retail price index) for 2014, easing the pressure on ordinary Londoners during the current cost of living crisis.
Commuters in London are paying the highest fares in the world. The warning from MPs in today's Evening Standard reveals major cities, including New York and Berlin have cheaper single fares than the Oyster Card.