Rail firms plan shake-up of train fares
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A fundamental reform of fares is needed, says rail chief

Britain's rail companies are launching a public consultation to reform the way fares are designed and regulated.

Paul Plummer, chief executive of the industry body the Rail Delivery Group, told Radio 4's Today programme that measures like a total cap on train ticket prices would not be introduced without consulting the public.

He says rail companies want to hear ideas from everyone.

  • 08 May 2018
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