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  • January fare rises will be ˜held below inflation™ Rail fares will rise by an average of 2.7 per cent in January, and train operators pointed out that this increase would be below last July™s RPI figure of 2.8 per cent. The Rail Delivery Group also pledged that its member operators ˜want to work with any future government to make fares easier for customers by reforming outdated regulations™. RDG chief executive Paul Plummer said: ˜We understand that no one wants to pay more to travel, which is why train companies have for the third year in a row held the average fare increases below inflation while still investing to improve journeys.™

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