"These statistics show more and more people are using the train to get to work.
The Government needs to support this with affordable fares and better infrastructure.
That means not just updating our busiest stations, but connecting communities who currently lose out because they are not on the network.
We also need to devolve more investment decisions away from Whitehall to make the railways more responsive to local needs."
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