We calculate there are currently 55 million different train fares in the UK — it’s a system of bewildering complexity and bafflement by those who use it. We want to move to a new system for customers where they pay for each leg of the journey they use — this works for TfL, but it is difficult to transpose ticket fares from London to the rest of the country.” “We want to get rid of the cliff edge of peak/ off peak prices and smooth it out which will help operators ...
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