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Commuters hit by 3.1% train fares hike today

The increase to rail fares sees some commuters paying more than £5,000-a-year from today

2 January 2014

Autumn Statement 2013: Rail fare hike pegged back to 3.1%

Rail passengers in England will face average rises of 3.1% on fares next month, less than expected

5 December 2013

London bus and Tube users face 3.1% fares hike

London's bus and Tube fares will rise by 3.1% on average next month, but some travellers will be hit by steeper hikes

3 December 2013

Train fare rises capped by Government

The Government has today announced it is curbing the amount rail fares in England can rise by

9 October 2013

Introduce season ticket tax breaks, Boris Johnson says

Boris Johnson says the Treasury should consider a season ticket tax break to reduce travel costs for commuters

7 October 2013

Train ticket trial could see single fares cut - but not until 2015

Some rail passengers could see an end to long-distance single-journey fares costing almost as much as return tickets

18 September 2013

Rail commuters face fare hikes – but you can beat the rises

Cash-strapped commuters face regulated rail fares rises of 4.1% on average in England next year

13 August 2013

'Oi, David Cameron, sort out petrol prices!'

High fuel and energy costs top consumers' 'must tackle' list, a poll reveals

3 December 2012

Train fares could rise 9.2%... but some will FALL

Many commuters will be hit by inflation-busting rises, although some ticket prices will drop

28 November 2012

Government caps rail fares rise

Annual regulated rail fare rises in January 2013 and 2014 will not be as high as planned

8 October 2012