The cost of train travel will become more expensive on January 2 2020.
Britains train companies confirmed they will hike prices by an average of 2.7% next year. Some long-distance commuters will see the annual cost of getting to work increase by more than £100 when the annual increase comes into force on January 2. Fewer than half (47%) of passengers are satisfied with the value for money of train tickets, according to the latest survey by watchdog Transport Focus. Network Rail data shows that only 65% of trains arrived at their scheduled station stops within one minute of the timetable in the past 12 months.