Rail Fares Index for January 2019

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The Office of Rail and Road has published its rail fares index for January 2019. The data shows that rail fares in Great Britain increased by 2.8% in January 2019 compared with a 2.5% rise in the January 2019 Retail Prices Index. This is the first time in the last four years that fares have risen by more than the January RPI inflation rate. The average change in price for each ticket type was below 3% in January 2019, with Super Off-Peak and Off-Peak fares showing the largest increases of 3.0% and 2.8% respectively.

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