I have been asked put the following question to you by a member of the public via the Suggest a Question portal.
"Why has the 1-2 zone Day Travelcard been made redundant? This means a city traveller or worker like myself who needs the public transport to visit numerous locations has to buy a 1-6 Travelcard at a cost of £8.90. That's an increase of almost £2 on the original fee.
"Not only is this ridiculously expensive given that we already have the single most expensive tube network in the world but it's simply not practical. Zones 1-2 covers the majority of the central London network and is practical for local users who need to expense business travel. I find it also quite troubling that unsuspecting tourists will get hammered for almost £9.00 per person per day for travel in the scenic zone. A family of four could spend over £30 per day just to use our transport system!"