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Commuters to pay a little bit more to get to work

Commuters will have to pay a little bit more to get to work on Monday as the annual fare increases kicked in today.

The price of rail tickets has gone up by just over 1% which is the smallest increase since 2010.

However, the punctuality of trains in the South East is at its worst level for 10 years.

ITV News reporter Toby Sadler reports:

TfL confirms Oyster system is back up and running

TfL confirms Oyster system is back up and running. Credit: PA

TfL has confirmed that the Oyster system is back up and running.

This morning's technical issue with our Oyster Card readers has been resolved. Customers should now touch in and out as normal.

Anyone charged a maximum fare due to this issue will get an automatic refund credited to their Oyster card early next week.

We apologise for this disruption.

– TfL spokesperson

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TFL: 'Technical issues with our Oyster Card readers'

TFL: 'Technical issues with our Oyster Card readers'. Credit: PA

Transport for London has issued a statement saying it is experiencing "technical issues with our Oyster Card readers".

TFL change claims system for delayed journeys

Transport for London are introducing a new system which they say will make it easier for customers to claim refunds for delayed journeys.

They can now claim refunds for service delays through using their online Oyster details instead of filling out forms online or on paper.

The new refund service will launch on Monday 23rd June and can be used by any customers who have experienced a delay within TFL's control of 15 minutes or more on the Tube and DLR and of 30 minutes or more on the Overground.

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