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Labour puts public transport affordability at the heart of policy review

The Labour Party has launched a transport policy review with a promise that it will focus on how to make services more affordable. Outlining the principle, the party said it believed “ transport should be affordable and fairly priced to enable services to be accessed by the many, not just the few”. On rail fares it noted that the Conservative/Lib Dem coalition had raised the cap on regulated rail fares from RPI+1% to RPI+3% and given operators additional flexibility to raise some...

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