Part time workers who commute into the capital could be in line for cheaper rail fares. The Government has announced it's going to trial a scheme on one major commuter line next year, but it hasn't yet chosen which it will be.
The plan is to offer discounted season tickets to people who don't have to come in to London every day, and comes after the success of flexible working during the Olympics. Nick Thatcher has the details.
Stephen Joseph, chief executive of the Campaign for Better Transport, has welcomed the announcement of a trial of season tickets for part-time workers in London.
He is calling for the scheme to be introduced quickly and rolled out across the commuter network.
Transport minister Norman Baker has announced that a main London commuter route will be chosen to trial part-time season tickets.
Speaking at the LibDem conference in Glasgow, he said it was unfair that those who work five days a week should benefit from cheaper travel than part-time workers.