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Rail season tickets to rise by up to 2.8% in January

Rail season tickets to rise by up to 2.8% in January

Regulated rail fares will rise by up to 2.8% in January, it’s been showed.

The annual most build up is connected July’s Retail Prices Index measure of inflation.

Regulated fares duvet season tickets on maximum commuter routes, some off-peak go back tickets on long-distance trips and tickets for go back and forth round primary towns at any time.

The rise way some commuters face paying an additional £100 a 12 months to get to paintings.

Examples of attainable season price tag will increase come with:

  • Brighton to London: Increase of £125 to £4,581
  • Gloucester to Birmingham: Increase of £119 to £4,357
  • Barrow-in-Furness to Preston: Increase of £117 to £4,285
  • Edinburgh to Glasgow: Increase of £114 to £4,198

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