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Commuters across our region are bracing themselves after hearing they'll have to pay hundreds of pounds more to travel by train next year.
The government's allowed operators to increase fares by the rate of inflation - 3.2 percent - plus another 3 percent on top of that.
And it doesn't end there because some of those fares could go up even more. It means some commuters will have to dig even deeper to find the money to pay for a price hike of up to 11 per cent. Lauren Carter reports
Rail commuters across our region will pay hundreds of pounds more to travel by train next year.
The government's allowed operators to increase fares by the rate of inflation - 3.2 per cent - plus another 3 per cent.
Cambridge MP Julian Huppert, co-chairman of the Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Party Committee on Transport, has hit out at plans to increase the cost of rail travel in order to finance rail improvements. He said:
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