UK: Contactless payment was rolled out to three more railway stations in the London commuter area, including Luton Airport Parkway, on October 22.
Passengers can use contactless bank cards, but not Oyster smart cards, to travel to and from St Albans City, Harpenden and Luton Airport Parkway stations. Journeys involving these stations are not subject to price capping, but Govia Thameslink Railway says that caps will apply starting from next year.
Contactless through fares are not be available to Luton Airport. However, the shuttle bus running between Luton Airport Parkway and the airport terminal accepts card and cash payments, which have to be made separately.
Contactless payment was rolled out to Radlett on August 29.