Proposals for a sweeping overhaul of rail ticketing in Britain aim to stop passengers having to buy split tickets to get the cheapest fares for some journeys.
More than half of Dundonians who use public transport are struggling to afford peak fares.
Students and rail passengers are being unfairly penalised by an openly-admitted error in the way a key measure of UK inflation is calculated, a Lords committee has warned.
The increase in rail fares has been described as a “disgrace” by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Train fares in Britain have gone up by an average of 3.1%.
Train fares will go up by an average of 2.3% next year, the rail industry has announced.