The chief executive of the Campaign for Better Transport has said that he is "disappointed" that the price of season rail fare ticket may see more than a 5% increase
Campaign for Better Transport chief executive Stephen Joseph said:
We're very disappointed that the higher RPI figure is still being used when it comes to passengers having to find money for their annual increase.
Yet when it comes to pensions and other benefits, the lower CPI inflation figure is used.
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