Commuters returning to work today (02.01.18) after the Christmas and New Year break have been faced with increases in the cost of their season tickets. The average rise is almost three and a half per cent.
It's the biggest hike for five years and campaigners say people are "being priced out of getting to work". There were protests at some stations.
It means the cost of an annual season ticket from Reading to London Paddington will now cost £4464, an increase of £156.
From Basingstoke to London Waterloo it's nearly £4500, up £152.
And from Maidenhead to London, a yearly pass has risen by £104 to more than £3000.
The Government says the money will help provide better services and investment.
Watch this report by Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse: