Consultation outcome

Rail fares and ticketing review

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

This consultation has concluded

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Rail fares and ticketing: next steps

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Detail of outcome

Report outlining government plans to provide passengers with a better, more modern and more flexible deal on fares to:

  • improve the current ticketing system while in parallel building the smart ticketing system of the future
  • encourage innovation, efficiency and improvements from train companies

Original consultation

Summary

The government's goal for rail fares and ticketing is to allow more passengers to travel and to have a better experience of rail.

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Consultation description

The government’s goal for rail fares and ticketing is to allow more passengers to travel and to have a better experience of rail, at the same time as reducing rail industry costs.

This consultation is designed to gather evidence to inform the government’s rail fares and ticketing review.

Documents

Rail fares and ticketing review

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Published 8 March 2012
Last updated 9 October 2013 + show all updates
  1. Government response and strategy 'Rail fares and ticketing: next steps' added.
  2. First published.