Cash fare payments on London buses look set to be phased out, but new measures are set to be introduced to help passengers with Oyster cards.
According to Transport for London, the benefits are:
- Allow passengers to make one more bus journey if there are insufficient funds on their Oyster card - just to get them home.
- Passengers would then pay for this extra journey when they top up their card.
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