How much has each train operator increased fares?

Train fares in Britain have gone up by an average of 3.1%.

Here are the average increases for each train operating company:

c2c: 2.6%

Caledonian Sleeper: 0%

Chiltern Railways: 2.8%

CrossCountry: 3.2%

East Midlands Trains: 2.7%

Govia Thameslink Railway (Gatwick Express, Great Northern, Southern, Thameslink): 3%

Grand Central: Refused to disclose an average increase

Great Western Railway: 2.9%

Greater Anglia (includes Stansted Express): 3.1%

Heathrow Express: 0%

Hull Trains: 3.2% for Advanced fares (other fares are unchanged)

London North Eastern Railway: 3.4%

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Fares increased on Wednesday (PA)

London Northwestern Railway: 3.2% for regulated fares (unregulated fares are unchanged)

Merseyrail: 2.9%

Northern: 3.2%

ScotRail: 2.8%

South Western Railway: 2.9%

Southeastern: 3.1%

TfL Rail: Most single fares are frozen but Travelcards and price caps have been increased by an average of 3.2%

TransPennine Express: 3.1%

Transport for Wales: 3% for regulated fares (unregulated fare increases are under review)

Virgin Trains: 3.2%

West Midlands Railway: 3.2% for regulated fares (unregulated fares are unchanged)

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