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New 16-18 Railcard set to cut costs of peak train travel

A new railcard to cut the cost of peak-time travel for 16 to 18-year-olds who are studying or training is to be trialled

Revealed: Trick to use the 16-25 Railcard to save 100s on your commute (and it'll work for the 26-30 Railcard too)

Commuters on some routes can use a 16-25 Railcard to save up to 700 on a year's train travel

Commuter train fares to rise by 3.6%

Commuters in England will see their season ticket costs rise by 3.6% next year

12 rail firms agree to refund passengers who pay too much for tickets

Twelve train companies will refund passengers who weren't sold the cheapest tickets when buying ticket machines

Rail firms face calls to refund passengers who pay too much for tickets

Train companies are facing calls to refund passengers who pay over the odds for tickets

Southern Rail commuters seek judicial review into the Government's handling of the crisis

The Association of British Commuters wants a judge to consider whether the Department for Transport has acted lawfully

Arriva takeover 'could push up rail fares'

Arriva's control of rail services in northern England has stifled competition and could push up fares, the CMA warns

Passengers don't claim for 80% of train delays here's how you can

The rail regulator has called for train companies to do more to ensure those hit by delays receive refunds

c2c rail passengers win automatic compensation for delays of just two mins

Passengers who suffer a delay of just two minutes on train operator c2c's trains can now get automatic compensation

Average rail fares to rise by 1.1% from January

Rail commuters in England, Scotland and Wales face an average price rise of 1.1% for journeys taken from 2 January 2016

Rail fares to rise by up to 1% from January 2016

Commuters face an up to 1% rise in rail fares next year, it's been confirmed today

Guest Comment: Why we desperately need flexible rail fares

Martin Abrams from the Campaign for Better Transport says more should be done to improve the service rail passengers get

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