How much will your annual rail fare be next year? Rail firms reveal full extent of huge increases faced by commuters

How much will your annual rail fare be next year Rail firms reveal full extent of huge increases faced by commuters From New Year onwards passengers will face fare rises of up to 10 per centHike on average will be 3.9 per cent according to figures released todayRail companies accused of trying to 'bury bad news' as they sneaked out the details of fare rises under cover of Virgin franchise fiasco | UPDATED: 02:06 GMT, 7 December 2012 Rail firms were accused last night of trying to ‘bury bad news’ by releasing details of big fare rises under cover of the Virgin franchise fiasco. The Association of Train Operating Companies has finally confirmed the extent of the hikes that will take effect next month

Train ticket prices to rise by inflation-busting 6% in New Year

Cash-strapped commuters face ANOTHER fare increase: Ticket prices to rise by inflation-busting 6% in New Year New figures from train watchdogs revealed today Regulated fares will rise by an average of 4.2 per centThe rise could have been more if not for government intervention to limit regulated fare risesDetails of all fare rises expected in coming days | UPDATED: 02:04 GMT, 28 November 2012 Cash-strapped season ticket rail commuters face ‘painful’ inflation-busting fare rises of nearly 6 per cent in January, new figures from train watchdogs revealed today. An annual ticket from Canterbury in Kent to London will be going up from 4,588 to 4,860 – a 5.9 per cent rise, according to figures from rail customer watchdog Passenger Focus