24 Hours To Have Your Say

On ticket prices for part-time and home workers

The 90-day consultation on the future of Travelcard pricing for part-time and home workers closes in 24 hours.

The results will be presented to TfL, who will be urged to lay out their plans, this year, for flexible ticketing.

It comes as the Mayor of London has pledged to introduce a package of flexible ticket prices for part time and home workers in 2015.

GLA Conservative London Assembly Member, Roger Evans, is leading the campaign and has authored two reports on the issue.
“We have a once in a generation opportunity to have a say on how our travel tickets are priced in London. We need a range of options to suit part-time workers, home workers, and people who may want to bike or walk to the office for part of the week. Under one of my policy proposals, you could get a £310 refund if you cycle or walk to work one day a week. This is an exciting moment for the Capital. I urge everyone - whether you’re an employee, manager or business owner - to have your say on the future of travel in the next 24 hours. Just visit flexiblecommuting.com

July 31, 2014