Anger and dismay at another rail fares hike with some season tickets set to rise by £100-plus

  Herald Scotland 

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PASSENGERS and campaigners have responded with anger and dismay to yet another hike in rail fares that in some cases - such as the journey between Glasgow and Edinburgh – could see annual season tickets rise by more than £100.
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