Disability campaigners are to stage a demonstration in support of the long-running protests against changes to the role of guards on trains.
The Rail, Maritime and Transport union (RMT) has been embroiled in industrial disputes with five train operators, leading to strikes and other forms of industrial action.
Disabled passengers will protest on April 18 at Waterloo station in London against South Western Railway, one of the companies involved in the bitter row.
The RMT is staging an event in Westminster on April 25 to mark the second anniversary of the guards' row, which started on Southern Railway.
Merseyrail, Arriva Rail North and Greater Anglia are also involved in the dispute.
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Workers for several railway services will go on strike in November.
Southern, South Western Railway and Greater Anglia workers will go on strike for 48 hours from 8 November.
Merseyrail and Arriva Rail North workers will strike for 24 hours.
It carries on disputes over the role of guards, the RMT union has said.
Great Western Railway services have been suspended between Gloucester and Swindon because of a signalling problem.
The company is working to arrange a bus replacement service.
During incidents like this, trains would normally divert via Yate and Bristol Parkway.
However, this route is also closed due to engineering work.
GWR says trains should be running by 12.00 and commuters can find updates on the National Rail website.
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The cost of regulated rail fares are set to increase by 3.6%from January 2018, comparing to 2017's 1.9% increase. The new increase will be the highest for the past five years.
Rail workers are also set to host a series of protests around the country, warning passengers they are paying "more for less".
Commuters in Plymouth and Bristol expressed their frustration at the news:
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