2014 rail fares are now available and the rail industry has confirmed the overall average increase will be 2.8%.
Train companies have completed re-pricing tickets after the Chancellor’s 5 December announcement that the average increase in 2014 Season tickets, and other regulated fares, will be in line with inflation rather than 1% above.
We want to help explain why some fares change in price and on this site you'll find:
- How money from fares is spent improving services, trains & stations
- Tips on how to save money on rail travel
- More information on rail travel and the railway
Most prices will change on 2 January. Fares for journeys wholly within London, however, will change on 19 January. You can check the new London fares, including Travelcards, from 10 January.
You can check your usual fare - or any ticket - by visiting nationalrail.co.uk.