National Express East Anglia to accept Oyster cards in Greater London area

PUBLISHED: 11:02 30 November 2009 | UPDATED: 22:03 31 May 2010

NATIONAL Express East Anglia and Transport for London (TfL) are joining forces to extend the use of Oyster Pay-as-you-Go (PAYG).

From January 2, 2010 all stations on the National Express East Anglia Network within Greater London (zones 1-6) will accept Oy

NATIONAL Express East Anglia and Transport for London (TfL) are joining forces to extend the use of Oyster Pay-as-you-Go (PAYG).

From January 2, 2010 all stations on the National Express East Anglia Network within Greater London (zones 1-6) will accept Oyster (PAYG).

Managing director for National Express East Anglia, Andrew Chivers, said: "National Express East Anglia is committed to making travel simpler. We are pleased to be working with TfL to extend the use of Oyster pay as you go on our network in the Greater London area.

"It is excellent news for our customers and will really transform the travel experience of those who live and work in the Greater London area."

National Express East Anglia services operate across north east London with key interchanges, including London Liverpool Street, Seven Sisters, Stratford, Tottenham Hale, Walthamstow Central and Upminster

Oyster PAYG will be accepted at a total of 41 National Express East Anglia stations, including all stations on the routes from Liverpool Street up to and including Harold Wood, Upminster, Enfield Town, Turkey Street, Enfield Lock and Chingford.

Passenger link manager for Passenger Foc, Guy Dangerfield, said: "Passengers will welcome the extension of Oyster pay as you go to all National Express East Anglia stations within London zones 1-6.

"Being able to travel to and from stations within London by touching in and out with Oyster pay as you go will make travelling by train a whole lot simpler for many passengers.


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