Train fares rise – what does it mean for passengers?
02 January 2017
Responding to the fares rise Transport Focus chief executive, Anthony Smith, said:
“Passengers will be disappointed that fares will rise by 2.3 per cent – higher than the last two years. In return passengers will now want to see the industry’s investment deliver a more reliable day-to-day railway.
“Many commuters, in London and the south east in particular, have suffered poor performance and will feel anger at paying more and getting less. A fares freeze for Southern passengers would help to start rebuild trust following the months of misery they have experienced.”
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