The cost of train travel is set to soar by around 3.5 per cent from January - with some passengers facing an increase of up to 5.5 per cent, according to figures out today.
Campaigners have criticised the calculations, saying railway use was being "pushed out of reach" of regular commuters.
ITV News Consumer Editor Chris Choi reports:
Rail fares have been rising faster than the rate of inflation for more than a decade. So how do you make your money go the furthest by rail?
What could the impact of rail fare rises be on your wallet? Compare selected season tickets before and after the forecasted rise.