Rail travellers across Wales are facing fresh misery as the cost of the average fare rises by 3.9%. It's 4.2% for season tickets, and some routes are seeing much higher rises. The move comes as motorists have seen an increase in tolls on the Severn Bridges.
Increasing numbers of travellers are reporting a struggle in the costs of getting to work and carrying out essential journeys like food shopping, because of high fuel costs. Hannah Thomas has our report.
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