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Rail fares rise capped at 3.8%

Changes to rail fares will come into force in March 2022 to give passengers time to purchase cheaper flexible and season tickets at existing rates

Mark Moran
17 December 2021
Passenger at London Bridge (Rail Delivery Group)

 

The government has announced that the annual rail fare increase has been capped in line with inflation. Fares will be tied to the Retail Price Index (RPI) forJuly 2021 – representing a 3.8% increase with the changes coming into force in March

Next year’s rail fare rise will be 3.8%, below the current retail price inflation of 7.1%, as the government has decided not will increase fares by the retail price index (RPI) rate plus 1%, as it did in 2021.

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