Train passengers in Tayside and Fife facing annual season ticket hikes of up to £173
Rail travel could be too expensive for thousands more Scots when new price rises kick in next year, Labour have said.
Dundee commuters to Scotland’s two biggest cities will have to pay £150 extra on average after fresh hikes were announced on Wednesday.
Season tickets for eight key routes serving Tayside and Fife will increase by between £53 and £174 in January, according to the Scottish Labour analysis.
ScotRail’s regulated peak fares will go up 3.2%, which is calculated based on a rate of inflation, while regulated off-peak fares are being hiked by 2.2%.
The rises come as passengers... read more
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