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Rail fares: How much will your train ticket go up by?

Rail fares in Britain will rise by an average of 2.3% from January 2017 in what public transport campaigners have described as "another kick in the teeth" for rail passengers.

Here is how the rise will affect commuters on routes across the country:

  • Woking to London - was £3,080 - will rise by £56.00
  • Liverpool to Manchester - was £2,988 - will rise by £56.00
  • Ludlow to Hereford - was £2,100 - will rise by £36.00
  • Gloucester to Birmingham - was £3,896 - will rise by £72.00
  • Dover Priory to London - was £5,184 - will rise by £96.00
  • Thetford to Norwich - was £1,836 - will rise by £32.00
  • Tring to London - was £3,988 - will rise by £72.00
  • Whitehaven to Carlisle - was £1,840 - will rise by £32.00
  • Neath to Cardiff - was £1,624 - will rise by £28.00
  • Sevenoaks to London - was £3,320 - will rise by £60.00
Rail fares will rise on average by 2.3%. Credit: PA

On average, here is how much individual companies will increase their fares from January 2:

  • Abellio Greater Anglia - 1.8% increase
  • c2c Rail - 1.8% increase
  • Caledonian Sleeper - prices will remain unchanged
  • Chiltern - 1.7% increase
  • East Midlands Trains - 1.5% increase
  • Govia Thameslink Railway - 1.8% increase
  • Great Western Railway - 2.4% increase
  • London Midland - 1.9% increase
  • London Overground - prices will remain unchanged
  • Merseyrail - 1.9% increase
  • Northern - 2.2% increase
  • Southeastern - 1.8%
  • Stagecoach South West Trains - 1.5% increase
  • TfL Rail - single fares within zones 1-6 will remain unchanged, but the operator was unable to immediately provide an overall figure for all fares
  • TransPennine Express - 1.4% increase
  • Virgin Trains East Coast - 4.9% increase
  • Virgin Trains West Coast - 2.4% increase
  • Arriva Trains Wales - a spokesperson said the operator was not publishing its average fare increase
  • CrossCountry - the operator did not provide the information
  • First Hull Trains - the operator did not provide the information
  • Grand Central - the operator did not provide the information
  • Heathrow Express - the operator did not provide the information
  • ScotRail - a spokesperson said the operator was not publishing its average fare increase and the Scottish Government said no final decision had been made on ScotRail fares