Rail fares to rise by 3.1% in January [BBC News]





Date: 30/11/2018

Millions of commuters will have to pay an average of 3.1% more for rail tickets from 2 January. The rise, announced by industry body the Rail Delivery Group, comes after a year of timetable chaos, strikes, and delays on some parts of the network. There had been calls for a price freeze following the chaos caused by the introduction of new timetables in May.


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