Ticketclever is a new UK rail travel booking site, which has launched offering train passengers the potential to save up to 60% on train fares for rail journeys over an hour in length.
For the next couple of Mondays (7th & 14th March 2016), Apple Pay users travelling on Transport for London services can get their fares paid for them by MasterCard.
A new online tool shows commuters the real cost of their daily journey to work – mapping annual travel costs from every train station in the London commuter belt.
Mastercard is promoting the adoption of Apple Pay by offering free journeys on London transport networks on the next few Mondays.
All of London’s famous black taxis are now able to offer mobile payments to their passengers thanks to a website from Hailo.
Virgin Trains have launched a new service called “Automatic Delay Repay” which will start automatic refunds for delays on their trains.
Split ticketing is the process of finding cheaper train journeys by buying splitting a journey up into more than one shorter journeys, which in some cases can, counter-intuitively, come out cheaper than buying a ticket for the whole journey.
A new tool from Which? will tell you whether you may actually be able to reclaim some money from the train company for the inconvenience they’ve caused you.
Google Maps has added a new feature which will estimate how much you’ll spend on fuel when making a journey.
A new website has come to the UK promising “realtime” searches of available flights from major airlines.