Thanks for the pointer and useful information guys :)
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Posted 27th Nov 2020Posted 27th Nov 2020
25% off a Santander Cycles annual membership - £67.50£67.50
It's doesn't make sense. It encourages more than the vulnerable and the elderly to see if they can have a go on the buses. I've heard this today: "the buses are free, innit?" from a person who wasn't visibly vulnerable or elderly only to be turned away from the driver. Plus there are more than three types of bus in London, with only one type with middle doors focused on for this treatment.
Approximately 200 different viruses can cause the common cold so no a cold is not a virus, it is a symptom of one of many viruses. That is the reason you can't get a cold vaccine.
False the goverment dont fund london buses
You live in London not the Highlands, walk or shop local. Public transport is only for key workers not shopping trips. Save lives.
"...the common cold is not a virus..." I'm limited to information in this universe
Posted 23rd Mar 2020Posted 23rd Mar 2020LocalLocal
Covid19 Temp :Free 24 hour access to Santander Cycles for NHS Workers +All road user charges suspended + Season Ticket Refund @ TFL (London)FREE£0.01
In a bid to ensure London's critical workers, particularly those in the NHS, are able to travel round London as easily as possible during this national emergency TFL will suspend a… Read more
I had to apply online once they introduced that option, because I didn't receive anything for weeks after applying on the phone and saw other people commenting that they received a refund within days of phoning. They did charge a £5 fee.
Did anyone receive any TFL refund since this announce ?
Now you can apply online for the refund without having to wait for a person in the phone, but as customers are saying they are not waving the admin fee + they are not calculating from the date of last use. BEFORE you do this online make snapshots and download as many information from the oyster you need because after you won't be able to access to any information from that oyster.
also a note to everyone on refund - it is calculated based on 52 weeks - 6 weeks because of the free extra travel, so essentially 322 days basis rather than 365 days.... which means expect less to be paid into your bank account
FYI all. I was on the phone for 1 hour before talking to someone, and compared TFL estimated calculations vs my calculations before he processed my monthly travelcard and PAYG balances, TFL was out by £5!!!! Which is the £5 admin/deposit fee that is SUPPOSEDLY waived during COVID19!!! I pointed this out to the guy but poor sod can only rely on TFL system, his explaination was that's how the system generated the refund amount based on "ordinarily charged". It may not be much, but this is really sneaky on TFL part, announcing one thing and doing the exact opposite! Refund estimated 10-14 working days.
Posted 6th Dec 2019Posted 6th Dec 2019
Free burrito at new Tortilla at Euston station LondonFREE£0.01
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Yeah, I had no trains and a dismal replacement bus service when I came home from them back then, so I can sympathise somewhat, took me about two hours. Glad you enjoyed the fireworks though! I agree, well worth a tenner.
I was there last night and it was great. Well worth a tenner. The journey home on the other hand was appalling.
Did Trafalgar square decades ago. They cancelled the event, couldnt drink alcohol, couldnt leave when there. Worst Nye ever, never again.
It's well worth going, I went two years ago and it was ace.
Must have been a glitch. After attempting a few too many times, I deleted the app and started all over again. All ok now!
Installed the app just now and trying to register, I get an error message saying, "Sorry there's a problem with your registration: Invalid promotion" Also, it wants to charge me £2 to sign up. Am I doing something wrong?
Download the app and plan your journey ahead. Usually you will find bikes in zone 1, 2 and 3. Except for north London.
so basically 30 mins is free then you have to dock in?? what if there are no b ikes at the place you go to??
Posted 2nd Dec 2019Posted 2nd Dec 2019
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So we should only obey laws that prevent fatalities? I'm pretty sure there is a raft of laws that don't fall in this category. B&C we will probably never know D - What laws are you prioritising when you condone cyclists running red lights exactly? And what exactly is unjust about asking cyclists to obey traffic laws? I will get upset if cyclists use pavements if there is no cycle path. I'm pretty sure they can tell the difference, and cyclists don't use pavements because they are confused, they use them as a short cut, because they want to avoid traffic queues or are afraid to be on the road. Bicycles are defined as vehicles and have to obey traffic laws as vehicles. If cyclists are afraid to be on the road, choose a different type of transport, simple as that
I walk round a path to my local waitrose and roughly once a week I see someone cycling / scootering (some electric) at what I estimate to be circa 15mph passing only 2 feet away from pedestrians inc. small children dogs etc yes most don't cycle at that speed but unfortunately some selfish dangerous ones do...
I don't think many cyclists would be doing those speeds on the pavement, no disrespect in pointing out the obvious but pavements aren't like roads, people moving in different directions, sometimes in crowds, it's not an easy place to pick up speed but I do concede that given the movement, bicycles can become hazardous regardless of speed.
Of course a car carries much more force but the speed of some cyclists would mean they would contact with pedetrians somewhere between 10-15+ mph.
I'm not saying it's not possible, it can frighten people, people do very occasionally get hit but rarely ever killed. And whilst this is bad I think it needs to be put in perspective. A cyclist hitting you 5 mph is nothing like being hit by a car at 30-50mph even if the cyclist may be travelling at 10-25mph