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Regulator's response to Department for Transport's rail Command Paper
Statement by Richard Price, Chief Executive, Office of Rail Regulation in response to the publication of the Government’s ‘Reforming our railways’ Command Paper.“Rail customers and taxpayers have high expectations of our railways and need to be sure they get a good deal for their money....
Network Rail welcomes today's command paper
Network Rail has welcomed today's command paper as a serious and comprehensive contribution to the debate about the future of the railway in this country.In particular it welcomes the recognition that, whilst significant progress has been made both on safety and punctuality in the last...
Rail fares to be capped under rail reforms, says Greening
RAIL fare increases will be capped at the rate of inflation under plans to help hard-pressed passengers by ensuring the rail industry brings down the cost of Britain’s railways.A value-for-money study by Sir Roy McNulty concluded last year that inefficiency across the railway industry is...
ATOC says "Campaign for Better Transport research doesn't stand up to scrutiny"
In response to the Campaign for Better Transport research on rail fares, a spokesperson for the Association of Train Operating Companies said:“This is a flimsy piece of research that does not stand up to scrutiny, focusing on just one season ticket out of tens of thousands available. Next year,...
Anger As Rail Fares Rise By Up To 10.6%
Sky News reports that regulated rail fares have gone up by an average of 6% - with some commuters facing hikes of almost 11%.The Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC) said the increases will help pay for better services.But passenger groups said they are exorbitant and travellers should...
UK rail commuters pay three and a half times more than European commuters
As commuters brace themselves for steep rail fares rises next week, Campaign for Better Transport has discovered some UK commuters are paying three and a half times more for their season ticket than their European neighbours. Campaign for Better Transport compared the cost of an annual season...
Passenger backlash over soaring rail fares
from:http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2011/dec/27/passenger-backlash-soaring-rail-faresLettersPassenger backlash over soaring rail fares  guardian.co.uk, Tuesday 27 December 2011 21.00 GMT           While transport secretary Justine Greening...

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