Annual statistics measuring the change in prices charged by train operating companies to rail passengers, normally introduced in January of each year.
Data and reports that include previous statistical releases on Rail fares can be found on the National Archives.
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Latest statistical release
Date published: 28 Jun 2022
Date next published: TBC
- Rail fares increased by 4.8% in March 2022 compared with a 9.0% increase in the Retail Prices Index (RPI) over the same period.
- The average change in regulated rail fares from March 2022 was 3.7%. This was slightly below the 3.8% cap set by government.
- Long Distance sector fares had the largest increase of 6.1%, with the London and South East and Regional sectors increasing by 4.1% and 4.0% respectively.