03 January 2007
Here isn’t the news from the BBC
Patrick Crozier

Today rail fares have gone up.  This is good news for taxpayers as the railways will require less subsidy and good news for passengers as their trains will be less crowded.

This has prompted renewed calls for the abolition of all fare controls.  Patrick Crozier of Transport Blog said: “The abolition of fare control would improve time-keeping, reduce overcrowding, allow rail companies to stand on their own two feet and look into investing in more capacity, more seating and all sorts of new services no one’s even thought of yet.”

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