Commuters face major changes today after yesterday's handover of Silverlink train services.
Services from Watford Junction to London Euston are now run by two new operators, London Midland, a branch of Govia Transport, and London Overground, owned by Transport for London.
Passengers using the stopping service from Watford Junction to London Euston will be able to use Oyster cards and enjoy reduced fares.
However those using the fast service from Watford to London - the majority of commuters - will have to continue using paper tickets at Silverlink rates.
A spokesperson for London Midland, the firm which will run the fast service from Watford Junction to London Euston, said it was in talks to introduce Oyster cards or another smart card by 2010.
When interviewing commuters at Watford Junction station this morning, The Watford Observer was thrown out by London Midland staff.
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