The Mayor has kept fares in the capital lower than anywhere else in the country, while protecting all free and concessionary travel for older people, students, veterans and disabled Londoners.
Every penny from fares is invested in improving transport for Londoners, resulting in one of the biggest and most reliable transport systems in the world.
He will make a decision on fares for 2014 later this year but has publicly stated that he is determined to bear down on them as much as possible.
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