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Examples of 2021 rail fare rises

Examples of 2021 rail fare rises

Here are 18 examples of potential rail fare rises across Britain, including in Transport Secretary Grant Shapps’s Welwyn Hatfield seat.

It does not include the price paid if within-London travelcards are also purchased for Tube and bus journeys in the capital.

ROUTE – CURRENT PRICE – JAN 2021 PRICE – INCREASE

Woking to London – £3,440 – £3,495 – £55

Ludlow to Hereford – £2,340 – £2,377 – £37

Brighton to London (any route) – £4,980 – £5,060 – £80

Liverpool to Manchester (any route) – £2,692 – £2,735 – £43

Neath to Cardiff – £1,808 – £1,837 – £29

Maidenhead to London – £3,276 – £3,328 – £52

Whitehaven to Carlisle – £2,032 – £2,065 – £33

Welwyn Garden City to London – £3,100 – £3,150 – £50

Gloucester to Birmingham (any route) – £4,356 – £4,426 – £70

Thetford to Norwich – £2,048 – £2,081 – £33

Tweedbank to Edinburgh – £2,900 – £2,946 – £46

Bangor to Llandudno – £1,204 – £1,223 – £19

Stonehaven to Aberdeen – £1,428 – £1,451 – £23

Weston-super-Mare to Bristol – £2,056 – £2,089 – £33

Stirling to Glasgow (any route) – £2,292 – £2,329 – £37

Edinburgh to Glasgow (any route) – £4,200 – £4,267 – £67

Alnmouth to Newcastle – £2,240 – £2,276 – £36

Plymouth to Exeter – £3,572 – £3,629 – £57

Published: 19/08/2020 by Radio NewsHub

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