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Oyster is a plastic smartcard you can use instead of paper tickets. You can put Travelcards, Bus & Tram season tickets and pay as you go credit on it. Oyster is the cheapest way to pay for single journeys on bus, Tube, tram, DLR, London Overground and most National Rail services in London. You can: Store credit to pay as you go Set up Auto-top up so you never run out of credit Add Travelcards if they're for longer than a day Add Bus & Tram Passes Add Bus & Tram and Jobcentre Plus Travel Discounts Add National Railcards or Gold Card discounts Get student and child discounts with an Oyster photocard Protect your card from loss or theft Oyster cards are reusable Just keep topping up with credit or renew your Travelcard or Bus & Tram Pass on the same Oyster card when you need to.
Navigo-only turnstile Navigo validator in buses and trams The Navigo pass or Passe Navigo is a means of payment for public transportation introduced in the Île-de-France region (whose capital is the city of Paris ) in 2001. It is implemented as a contactless smart card using the Calypso standard , and enables authenticated access at turnstiles by passing the card near an electronic reader. The pass is available either attached to an account for residents of the Île-de-France (known simply as Passe Navigo), or can be issued on the spot to anybody at a station (Passe Navigo Découverte).
The old Adult EZ-Link card, introduced in 2002. A defaced EZ-Link card, revealing the internal circuitry. EZ-Link cardreader on the entrance of an SMRT bus. There are usually two readers on both entrance and exit(s) of every public bus in Singapore. A newer design has started appearing on some buses (this is the older one) General Ticketing Machines at the Expo Station , where commuters can add value to their EZ-Link card or purchase a Single Trip Standard Ticket.