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aware
01-jun-2008, 01:45
Si los niños viajan gratis en el metro, ¿porque al ver los precios de la tarjeta TRAVELCARD para 7 dias, la de los niños cuesta la mitad de los adultos?.

Alguien me lo puede explicar.

Gracias.

mouthforwar
01-jun-2008, 21:03
Facil, los niños hasta los 5 años viajan gratis si la persona con la que viajan lleva una oystercard

http://www.tfl.gov.uk/tickets/faresandtickets/1063.aspx

Under-5s
Children under five can travel free at any time on buses, the Tube, trams, DLR, and London Overground as long as they are accompanied by someone with a valid ticket who is using Oyster to pay as they go.

5-10 year olds
Children aged 5-10 years can now travel free at any time on buses, the Tube, trams, DLR and London Overground at any time.

On buses and trams

Unaccompanied 5-10 year-olds can travel free at any time. They do not need a ticket or photocard to do so
On the Tube, DLR and London Overground:

Up to four 5-10 year-olds can travel free when accompanied by an adult who has a valid ticket, is using Oyster to pay as they go or has a Freedom Pass
If they are travelling unaccompanied, 5-10 year-olds need a 5-10 Oyster photocard to travel free at any time
Under-11s travelling with an adult will not be issued with tickets and will be allowed to pass through the ticket gates at stations. Please note, if they have an Oyster photocard they should not use it when being accompanied or they could be charged a fare.


11-15 year-olds
Children aged 11-15 can travel free at any time on buses and trams, and across the entire London bus network including sections outside Greater London.

All 11-15 year-olds must have a valid Child, Under-14, 14-15 or 11-15 Oyster photocard to get free travel on buses and trams and some child-rate travel on the Tube, DLR and London Overground.

16-18 year-olds
Children aged over 16 and under 19 on 31 August prior to the start of the academic year who are in full-time education or on a work-based learning scheme, and who also live within a London borough, can travel for free on buses and trams across the entire London bus network, including sections outside Greater London.

Please note, 16-18 year-olds must have a valid 16+ Oyster photocard to get free travel on buses and trams.

16-17 year-olds who are not resident in London or not in full-time education must have a valid 16+ or 16-17 Oyster photocard to travel at child-rate on buses, trams, the Tube, DLR and London Overground.

MaKoKe
06-jun-2008, 07:31
Los niños dependiendo de la edad y del medio viajan gratis. Te dejo la información en español. :wink:
http://www.tfl.gov.uk/assets/downloads/ ... panish.pdf (http://www.tfl.gov.uk/assets/downloads/child-student-discounts-spanish.pdf)

bombin
07-jun-2008, 02:16
Facil, los niños hasta los 5 años viajan gratis si la persona con la que viajan lleva una oystercard

http://www.tfl.gov.uk/tickets/faresandtickets/1063.aspx

Under-5s
Children under five can travel free at any time on buses, the Tube, trams, DLR, and London Overground as long as they are accompanied by someone with a valid ticket who is using Oyster to pay as they go.

5-10 year olds
Children aged 5-10 years can now travel free at any time on buses, the Tube, trams, DLR and London Overground at any time.

On buses and trams

Unaccompanied 5-10 year-olds can travel free at any time. They do not need a ticket or photocard to do so
On the Tube, DLR and London Overground:

Up to four 5-10 year-olds can travel free when accompanied by an adult who has a valid ticket, is using Oyster to pay as they go or has a Freedom Pass
If they are travelling unaccompanied, 5-10 year-olds need a 5-10 Oyster photocard to travel free at any time
Under-11s travelling with an adult will not be issued with tickets and will be allowed to pass through the ticket gates at stations. Please note, if they have an Oyster photocard they should not use it when being accompanied or they could be charged a fare.


11-15 year-olds
Children aged 11-15 can travel free at any time on buses and trams, and across the entire London bus network including sections outside Greater London.

All 11-15 year-olds must have a valid Child, Under-14, 14-15 or 11-15 Oyster photocard to get free travel on buses and trams and some child-rate travel on the Tube, DLR and London Overground.

16-18 year-olds
Children aged over 16 and under 19 on 31 August prior to the start of the academic year who are in full-time education or on a work-based learning scheme, and who also live within a London borough, can travel for free on buses and trams across the entire London bus network, including sections outside Greater London.

Please note, 16-18 year-olds must have a valid 16+ Oyster photocard to get free travel on buses and trams.

16-17 year-olds who are not resident in London or not in full-time education must have a valid 16+ or 16-17 Oyster photocard to travel at child-rate on buses, trams, the Tube, DLR and London Overground.
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Saludos,
no había leído este mensaje antes y se me ocurre que puede confundir al personal si se dice que los niños hasta los cinco años no necesitan pagar en el Metro de Londres "siempre que vayan acompañados de otro viajero con Oyster Card"...
También ocurre esto si el acompañante lleva la clásica LONDON TRAVEL CARD, que permite además que los niños hasta los 11 años puedan pagar tarifa menor; lo que no es posible con la Oyster.
Pues eso, que la TRAVEL CARD no solo no está muerta, sino que las autoridades londinenses la están promocionando de nuevo; incluso vendiendola directamente (?) en oficinas que teóricamente solo deberían ocuparse de promocionar el Turismo a UK.
¡Estamos locos con eso de ingresar pasta como sea, hasta los centros oficiales!