More rail passengers will pay more than £5,000 a year for their season tickets from January 2.
Announcing an average 2.2% rise on rail fares in 2015, industry body the Rail Delivery Group said the rise is the lowest average rise for five years.
However, many season ticket holders will find their average rise will be greater than their annual pay rise.
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The figure is up from £42.3 million in 2014/15 and £56.9 million 2015/16, according to the research.
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