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"Over the next five years, at least 24 billion more will be spent improving the rail network. And the rail industry is working hard to get more for every pound we spend, allowing Government the scope to hold down fares in future years should it choose to do so."
Announcing the 2014 fare rises today, industry organisation the Rail Delivery Group (RDG) said the overall average increase taking all tickets into account would be 2.8%, which it said was the lowest overall increase in four years.
"As well as protecting regulated fares, the Government is driving forward the biggest programme of rail modernisation programmes ever, with 38 billion being invested over the next five years.
"That means new state of the art trains, better stations and hundreds of miles of electrified track which will help cut journey times, provide better connections and stimulate growth across the country."
Unregulated fares typically off peak leisure tickets are not capped so train companies can put them up as much as they like.
"Today's disruption to services is worsened by a billion pound backlog on essential maintenance and cuts to staffing which leave Britain's railways constantly on the edge. Meanwhile, the train operators are draining out cash through profiteering Fendi Bags For Men
"Rail fares have risen 20% under this Government. David Cameron is doing nothing to tackle the cost of living crisis. Labour would remove the flex and put a tough cap on rail fares."
Priory and Deal will be joining the 5,000 a year commuter "club", with annual season tickets to London rising 3.04% to 5,012.
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A Department for Transport spokeswoman said: "The Government understands concerns rail passengers have about the costs of fares and the impact they have on household budgets. That is why next year, for the first time in a decade, regulated fares will not rise on average by more than the rate of inflation, offering relief for families and the hardworking people.
season tickets going up three times faster than their wages.
Shadow transport secretary Mary Creagh said: "It's completely unacceptable that passengers have had to wait until two days before Christmas to find out how much their season tickets will cost in the new year. People deserve timely information to budget effectively.
Commuters travelling from Milton Keynes in Buckinghamshire to London on annual season tickets will have to fork out more than the 3.1% average, with their fares going up 3.29% to 4,772 from January 2.
"The lowest increase across all fares for four years shows the industry's determination to maintain the phenomenal growth in rail travel since the mid 1990s.
The increase for any January is calculated from the RPI rate of inflation figure for the previous July. In July this year the RPI figure was 3.1%.
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"According to European Commission research published last week, rail passengers rate the UK's railway the best major network in Europe, but we will not rest on our laurels.
"While major projects like the new King's Cross (in London) or Birmingham New Street stations are plain for all to see, work has also been proceeding with thousands of smaller, less visible schemes to improve tracks, signals and tunnels. Investment in new trains has improved passenger comfort and helped make possible 4,000 more services a day than in the mid 1990s.
Bob Crow, general secretary of the RMT transport union, said: "Just as the private train companies are closing down services due to adverse weather, they are publishing fare increases which massively outstrip wages and which will once again hit low to medium earners where it hurts. The great private rail rip off continues.
"The link between privatisation, high fares and the repeated disruption to services could not be clearer. Public ownership is the only solution to this outrageous racketeering that forces the British people to pay the highest fares in Europe to travel on overcrowded and unreliable services."
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"The Government should stop using RPI to calculate ticket prices. It over estimates real inflation so consistently that the Office for National Statistics has dropped it as an official measure.
Basingstoke in Hampshire is another commuter town where annual season ticket prices will pass the 4,000 mark in the new year. Fares are rising 2.93% from 3,960 to 4,076.
and exploitation of passengers and that's money that could be invested in infrastructure and capacity.
Also, those on annual seasons for travel between Reading in Berkshire and London will, from January 2, find their tickets going up 3.23% to 4,088.
RDG director general Michael Roberts said: "We strongly support the Government's decision to introduce a real term freeze in the average price of season tickets next year.
Train companies in England have licence to put up regulated fares, which include season tickets, by as much as 2% above the agreed price increase figure which, for 2014, is 3.1%.
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"The Government has already switched to CPI for most things. Doing the same for train fares would have little impact on railway revenues, but it would save passengers money and bring fares into line with things like public sector pensions."
"Nobody likes paying more to travel by train, particularly to go to work, but billions are being spent to serve passengers better.
"The Government needs to do more to stop the squeeze on commuters and avoid pricing people off the railways. We need a permanent end to inflation busting fare rises calculated using an out of date formula.
Earlier, the Government announced that the "flex" rule, which originally allowed companies to put up some fares by up to 5% above the RPI plus 1% figure, would be limited to 2% above.
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